Walking with dinosaurs in Mpumalanga

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala

Sawubona’s Art Director Shaun Mallett visited the province of Mpumalanga and let his inner child run loose at the Dinosaur Park, home to incredible life-size displays of pre-historic creatures. Visitors can also get to view (real) Nile crocodiles and the park is surrounded by a lush rainforest. The Dinosaur Park is located close to the Sudwala Caves – said to be some of the oldest dolomite caves in the world and a major tourist attraction in the area.

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala. Sawubona

Dinosaur Park

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala. Sawubona

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala. Sawubona.

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala

The Sudwala Caves offer a great family outing and there are guided tours on offer. The basic tour lasts around an hour, but more adventurous travellers can book a spot on the five-hour Crystal Tour. The caves are open daily from 8.30am-4pm.

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala. Sawubona blog.

While you’re in the area, visit Mpumalanga’s scenic attractions along the Panorama route including the Blyde River Canyon, God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, a myriad of waterfalls, Pilgrim’s Rest and the world-famous Kruger National Park.

Dinosaur Park, Sudwala. Sawubona blog.

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