Elangeni Holiday Resort, Mpumulanga, South Africa, is situated on the banks of the Elands River, on the N4 between Waterval Boven and Nelspruit. The resort is in a low risk malaria area and is the perfect breakaway to unspoilt nature. The Elangeni Holiday Resort is a well maintained and equipped destination for family getaways and stopovers to other destinations en route to places like the Kruger Park, Mozambique and other lowveld places.
For those desiring comfort, the resort has 8 self-catering chalets that are fully equipped while campers and caravaners are well catered for in the spacious tree lined park next to the Elands River. Visit the little known site of Petroglyths (Rock engravings) close to where, rumour has it, the Kruger millions are hidden or venture onto the mountains by way of the picturesque (and in some cases, strenuous) hiking trails.
The resort offers fishing, bird watching, nature walks, a swimming pool, a jungle gym, trampolines, self-catering chalets under shady trees, caravan and tent camping sites. Activities include river tubing, hiking and paintball. The resort is ideal for school group outings and corporate team building. There is a lapa and a stone hall for functions, a laundry and a small shop.
Twelve self-catering chalets are scattered under shady trees. There are 8 double storey chalets each with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge and kitchen. One of the chalets is wheelchair friendly. There are three other chalets each with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge and kitchen. One other chalet has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, lounge and kitchen. All the chalets are fully equipped.
Caravan Park and Camping:
We offer 50 caravan and tent sites with power points and there are two ablution facilities.
The ablution blocks have hot and cold water, electric lights and power points are available.
NEW: Wheelchair accessible bathroom.
Activities, school groups & hiking:
School groups: We cater for school groups from 30 - 130 children. Literia course, obstacle course, river tubing, tug of war, paint ball, 2.4km educational hiking trail