Top Destination Hazyview

Some travel tips and planning info for Hazyview – one of the top destinations in South Africa.

How to get here
Fly direct from any of South Africa’s major cities to Nelspruit. If you’re driving, from Johannesburg take the N12/N 4 to Nelspruit. From Nelspruit follow the signs to Hazyview (on the R40).

Best time to visit
The Hazyview area is an all-year-round destination – summers are hot to very hot with spectacular afternoon thunderstorms, while winter days are dry and mild and the evenings cool.

Where to stay
Dreamfields Guesthouse, only 10 km away from the Kruger National Park and about 35 km from the Blyde River Canyon.

Around the area
Kruger National Park , Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the quaint Victorian mining town of Pilgrim’s Rest. And lots of activities like Golf, Elephant Interaction, Skyway Trails, Hot Air Ballooning, Quad biking just to name a few.

How to get around
To fully explore the area at your own pace, self-drive (with a rental car)is the best option. There are, however, plenty of tour operators in the area if you don’t feel like driving yourself.

Length of stay
3 nights is the bare minimum to explore the area; a week is best. Some people use Hazyview as a stopover for one night on their way to/from Kruger National Park or Sabi Sands but they all discover that it is worth staying longer.

What to pack
Plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are musts, in both summer and winter. Not to forget a camera and binoculars!

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