CONFERENCE CENTRES NELSPRUIT, HOTEL CONFERENCE VENUES AND ACCOMMODATION ROOMS NELSPRUIT

This is a panoramic view from the hilltops of ...

This is a panoramic view from the hilltops of Nelspruit. I took this in Feb-2005. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For a full list of conference centres in Nelspruit please click here.

Nelspruit, a flourishing city, the capital of Mpumalanga Province, with tree-lined avenues, is a popular and oft visited South African tourist destination, largely due to its proximity to the Kruger National Park.

Many other tourist attractions are within easy distance, the likes of which include Sudwala Caves, Kruger Park Panorama Route, Pilgrim’s Rest, Long Tom Pass, Dullstroom the Bird of Prey & Rehabilitation Centre. There is so much for locals and international travellers to see and do in this diverse region, Nelspruit being the central hub or gateway to many natural wonders, to the reserves, orchards, historical sites and more.

Situated in the welcoming and picturesque Lowveld, on the banks of the Crocodile River, Nelspruit is rich with fertile soil with a very warm summer climate, where citrus and all sub-tropical fruits, avocado pears and mangoes thrive in abundance.

Not only is this area an ideal location for tourists and local holiday makers, the city and the surrounding areas offer many hotels and conference centres to conference visitors to the area, the most popular and well-known being the several camps and lodges at Kruger National Park.

Places of interest and beauty in the country around Nelspruit

In the surrounding area, abundant water-falls, indigenous forests and a variety of nature reserves naturally form part of the landscape. The Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, where God’s Window is a breath-taking ‘painting of nature’ created by the natural and un-tampered-with development of this beautiful area in the Lowveld. Visitors will also enjoy a day out at the natural mineral springs at Badplaas or the Sudwala Caves.

SOME FIRST CLASS CONFERENCE CENTRES AND HOTELS NELSPRUIT

To access more details on these venues please click here.

Umbali – an exclusive venue in Nelspruit accommodating up to 500 in conference with state-of-the-art conference facilities.

Protea Hotel Nelspruit
This 4 star Protea Hotel is situated in a perfect location from which to explore the Lowveld in Mpumalanga, very central to the Big-5 territory and only 63km from the Kruger National Park.

Sheppard Boutique Hotel, Nelspruit
Sheppard Boutique Hotel is set in the lush, indigenous region of the Lowveld. Close to the International airport and Kruger National Park. A grand hotel with magnificent grounds, offering luxury accommodation, sophistication and excellent conference venues with large picture windows through which delegates can enjoy the beauty and peace of their manicured gardens.

And in the vicinity …
Southern Sun/Tsogo Sun Emnotweni Casino Resort –This 109 roomed hotel offers relaxing outdoor activities and facilities including a pool and a fully air conditioned fitness centre.

Protea Hotel The Winkler situated in the suburbs of White River offering tennis and swimming on site

Oliver’s Lodge situated in the same area as the Botanical Gardens, offers 14 beautifully appointed suites and a full-service Spa on site

White River Golf Lodge situated on the first fairway of the magnificent 18 hole golf course with panoramic views, small and intimate with exceptional international cuisine
And many more

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4 thoughts on “CONFERENCE CENTRES NELSPRUIT, HOTEL CONFERENCE VENUES AND ACCOMMODATION ROOMS NELSPRUIT

  1. Looking for accomodation and game drive for 2 and children during july holidays.Preferably game drive in Kruger National Park.

  2. Yeah.. Nelspruit is the best among all other cities in Africa because near it is there are some superb places for visit which attracts tourists every year and people are enjoying and getting fun by seeing these places.

  3. Pingback: THE PRO’S AND CONS OF UTILISING GUEST HOUSES vs HOTELS FOR CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS « The Venue Pages Blog

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