Relax in sleepy Mpumalanga

//Relax in sleepy Mpumalanga

Relax in sleepy Mpumalanga

Greenway Woods Resort is tucked away in the north-east corner of South Africa, the Lowveld is a world with a pace all of its own. At the centre of this sleepy world lies Whte River accommodationThree Cities Greenway Woods Resort, the premier leisure resort in Mpumalanga. Whether you require a conference venue with a difference or a special place to escape to, this resort has it all and an enviable setting in one of South Africa’s most beautiful locations, is indeed the cherry on top.

Situated near a lake and an eighteen hole golf course, close to the town of White River, Greenway Woods provides comfortable accommodation in luxury three-bedroomed suites as well as splendid cuisine.

White River golf resort

The hotel offers the ideal base from which to explore the many Lowveld attractions including the Kruger Park and Blyde River Canyon, and the host of outdoor activities on offer allow guests and delegates to enjoy this beautiful area at their leisure.

Contact Greenway Woods Resort today and find out how to go about booking the ideal conference venue to host an unforgettable day or a perfect family getaway.

The unique African dining experience and an enviable setting in one of South Africa’s most beautiful locations, will soon have you relaxing and unwinding in the sleepy town of White resort Mpumalanga

Situated near a lake and an eighteen-hole golf course, deep in the White River Woodlands, Greenway Woods Resort provides accommodation in luxury suites for the ardent golf player and his family on an unmatched break.

For those seeking an African safari adventure or those that merely want to explore the beauty of the Panorama route, with an experienced tour guide, Elephant Herd Tours and Safaris is there to meet your needs.

Panorama Tour


South Africa’s Panorama Route is best known for its exceptionally scenic landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Journeying through the Panorama Route travellers will encounter deep canyons, looming rock formations, plummeting waterfalls and panoramic mountain views, along with quaint towns.

The highest viewpoint along the Panorama Route on the edge of the Drakensberg Escarpment, Wonder View stands at 1730 metres above sea level. The panoramic vistas at Wonder View are arguably even more gobsmacking than those at the well-known God’s Window, about 2km’s south of Wonder View. Located along the R534 road, Wonder View looks out over the hills and plateaus of the Lowveld stretching on for what seems like an eternity. When visibility is good on cloudless days one can admire an astounding 360-degree view from the aptly named Wonder View lookout point.Panorama Route

The Panorama Route is dotted with a number of charming towns, most of which are well worth a visit. These pretty towns have a lot to offer visitors, in terms of outdoor activities and quaint shops and restaurants. Book your Panorama Tour with Elephant Herd Tours and Safaris for a trip where memories are made, and relax in sleepy Mpumalanga.