As you pack your binoculars and head for your Mjejane Accommodation, you anticipate twilight game drives and the silent sound of sunsets. Chances are, you’re expecting your Instagram content to reflect your travels. Whether you’re compiling digital souvenirs or looking to satisfy the photographer in you, check out this list of perfect places nearby, to take a picture, add a filter, and post to your feed.
Bongani Mountain Lodge
In the heart of the Malelane Mountain range, Bongani Mountain Lodge is a haven of photographic potential, worth the drive from Mjejane accommodation! Its mountains span the length of the sky, reaching the sun’s hometown. Or, at least, that’s the story your panoramic picture will tell. Plus, with over 250 rock art sites, this is the original Instagram!
Nukain Mabuza’s Stone Garden
For the travellers with wandering spirits, here is your gallery. Just off the R38, you will discover a roadside garden: boulders painted in vivid colours. The late artist, Nukain Mabuza, saw the environment as his canvas. If you capture this African Eden of abstract flowers in the sunset, you’ll glimpse its mystical soul.
Wildfly Microlight Safaris
To set your Instagram apart in a league of its own, get your head in the clouds! Forget ordinary game drives. Instead, opt for the bird’s eye view with Wildfly Microlight Safaris in Marloth Park, not far from Mjejane accommodation. As you swoop over the big five and along the Crocodile River, snap scenic aerial photographs, fit for The Lion King.
Letubi Quad Biking
Before heading back to your accommodation, why not stock up on some #yolo photos? Letubi Quad Biking offers rides for both the newbie and the well-seasoned adventure junkie. Take a family selfie and caption it #2019noregrets! You’ll get all the thrills of safari life – and the Insta-content to prove it.
If you love architecture and history, visit the sleepy town of Barberton during your Mjejane stay. This mining town, developed during the Gold rush, possesses rich historical charm. The old steam locomotive is a silent relic remembering a bustling past. A picture of this black and red train transports the ordinary of the past into the extraordinary of the present. The De Kaap Stock Exchange, built in 1887, now stands as a demolished façade: a historical ghost and a photographic paradise.
Keeping it in the … Reserve
With all that said, let’s be honest – you really don’t need to go far to fill your digital memory bank. Everything you need is right here at your Mjejane accommodation setting. Silhouettes of barren trees on your morning game drive will make beautiful photos. And be sure to take a snapshot of your loved one eating in the pool dining area: feet dipped in the cool water, expansive skies above, and a setting African sun that dips the world in gold. These are days of unsurpassed happiness.
If you haven’t booked your next holiday at Mjejane accommodation, it is the perfect spot to unwind and explore the surrounding Kruger region. Take a peek at our available properties and book your stay today!