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Hazyview Introduction

Hazyview is a gateway to all that's beautiful in Mpumalanga Province. It's a short drive away from Kruger National Park's Phabeni Gate. It's also on the Panorama Route, which will take you to some of the most spectacular views in Mpumalanga, including the Blyde River Canyon and God's Window. On top of these, this town is surrounded by nature reserves. Hazyview is more than just a gateway, though. It's a major agricultural community with many fantastic orchards and a lively food and craft beer scene.

Hotels in Hazyview

The selection of hotels in Hazyview is mostly made up of guest lodges, with a few boutique hotels and holiday villas thrown in the mix. The guest lodges vary in the kind of amenities they provide. Some are no-frills establishments, offering little more than room and board. Some have a few extras, such as gardens, barbecue areas and restaurants that serve breakfast; you might even find some that come with swimming pools. The more upscale accommodation picks offer a wider range of amenities that may include spa services, meeting rooms, banking facilities and in-room childcare. Many of these properties offer assistance in booking tours to the attractions surrounding Hazyview.

Where to stay

Many of the hotels in Hazyview are located in the Hazyview-Vakansiedorp neighbourhood. This area is closest to Kruger National Park's Phabeni Gate. It's also where the Kruger Park Lodge Golf Club is located. You'll find more Hazyview accommodation near the intersection of the R40 and R536 roads. On this intersection is Perry's Bridge Trading Post and Tourism Centre. Perry's Bridge is a shopping and dining complex that also houses Hazyview's tourism office. You can find a few more hotels near where the R40 meets the R538. This section of Hazyview is the entry point from Nelspruit.

Things to see

Perry's Bridge Trading Post and Tourism Centre is a centrally located shopping complex in Hazyview. It's a popular stop among tourists headed to and from Kruger National Park. Here you can shop for new fashion or curios, enjoy a meal or a massage, get your hair done and visit Hazyview's tourism office. Within the Perry's Bridge complex is Perry's Bridge Reptile Park. The park has on display some of the most dangerous snakes in South Africa, including vipers and constrictors. Other reptiles calling the park home include crocodiles, lizards and frogs. The park also has a garden that attracts birds and a petting zoo for kids. At Hazyview's Elephant Whispers, you can get up close and personal with black elephants. With the help of experienced handlers, you can pet, play with, feed and ride these gentle giants. You can even go on a safari picnic with an elephant.

How to get to Hazyview

One option for getting to Hazyview is via Nelspruit. You can fly to Nelspruit's Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport from Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. From the airport, you can ride a shuttle or rent a car and drive to Hazyview. The airport is 58 kilometres or less than an hour's drive away on the R40. Another option is through Johannesburg. You can fly to OR Tambo International Airport and ride a shuttle or an intercity bus to Hazyview. You can also opt to drive from Johannesburg to Hazyview on the N12 and N4. The drive is 402 kilometres or 5 hours long.