Mpumalanga and Kruger National Park

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  • 1. Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre

    If you need some classy retail therapy, stop off at this upmarket lifestyle center. Once a rambling mango estate, it's now home to art galleries, pottery and sculpture studios, and quirky boutiques selling designer clothes, jewelry, and much more, all set in lovely manicured gardens. The White River Art Gallery always has interesting local and national exhibitions, and when you've shopped till you dropped, tuck into a good meal at one of the eateries that serve everything from tasty pub fare and fine dining to wood-oven pizza. If wheels are your thing, pop into the vintage White River History & Motor Museum and feast your eyes on immaculately restored past motoring beauties. You'll even find Mpumalanga's first green hotel here, the Cambridge Hollow Boutique Hotel.

    R40 at Numbi Rd., White River, Mpumalanga, South Africa
  • 2. Windmill Wine Shop

    Stop in at the Windmill Wine Shop, on the same property as Böhm's Zeederberg, to pick up excellent Cape wines, ports, and brandies, local beer made by Hops Hollow Brewery, and local cheeses, olives, olive oil, and coffee grown and processed at nearby Sabie Valley Coffee. You can also get a light meal of local cheese, cold meats, pâté, and olives. You can also stay at the attractive on-site Windmill Cottages.

    R536, Hazyview, Mpumalanga, South Africa

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