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Nelspruit

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Nelspruit is accepted as the gateway to the Kruger National Park. An extremely fertile and beautiful agricultural region and the capital of Mpumalanga, Nelspruit is the second largest citrus producer in southern Africa. It’s also the crossroad for travellers going to Mozambique, Swaziland or the Kruger National Park.
Psst. If you're heading for Mozambique get your visa from the Mozambican Consulate in Bester Street.

The capital of Mpumalanga, Nelspruit lies on the Crocodile River. The fertile valley boasts two large farming enterprises - the Hall Brothers and Crocodile Estates - which produce vast quantities of citrus fruits, mangoes, avocado pears, paw-paws, tomatoes, litchis and fruit juices.

The town is home to a wonderful Botanical Garden and its tree-lined streets, beautiful gardens and vivid colours will leave a lasting memory.

Crazy Dave and Bella will take care of you, safari you, feed you and ensure your stay is comfy at Old Vic Backpackers, or spend a night or two at Funky Monkeys Backpackers, a well established bright and fun loving hostel in Nelspruit.