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Wild Frontier Campsites

This region is the site of some of the oldest geological discoveries on earth, dating back almost 3 billion years and the impressive Mkonjwa Mountains are said to be one of the oldest in the world. In the gorgeous De Kaap Valley is the quaint town of Baberton, where the promise of gold brought diggers in the thousands, the town has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The region borders the Kruger National Park, Mozambique and Swaziland and is therefore an ideal stopover for travellers. Highlights: African Pioneer Mining, Fortuna Mine Trail, Mkonjwa Mountains, Songimvelo Nature Reserve, horse riding, gold panning, hiking trails, mountain biking, caving, game viewing, heritage trails, 4x4 routes, hot springs, fishing, river rafting and bird watching.
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