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Lowveld National Botanical Garden

Mpumalanga, South Africa

En route to the Kruger National Park, this African garden occupies an outstandingly beautiful site in the subtropical heart of Mpumalanga province. The character of the Garden is shaped by the two main rivers that cut across it, namely the Crocodile and Nels Rivers. Before these two rivers converge in the Garden, they form spectacular waterfalls, which can be viewed at the Cascades and the Nels viewpoints.

The Garden plays a critical role in conservation of rare and endangered species and played a pivotal role in establishing the cycad gene bank. The Garden also boasts one of the largest collections of South African fig trees. The mystical baobab tree is famous for its unique shape and medicinal properties.

Contact Details:

013 752 5531


Off White River Road, Value Mart Intersection, Nelspruit