Situated on the banks of the Sabie River on the lands of Chief Mhaule, Mkhuhlu is a thriving, fast-growing town just outside the Kruger National Park. Community projects abound in the numerous villages surrounding the town, while across the way, elephants and lions call into the night. Mkhuhlu is home to a vast pool of committed conservationists – the employees of the Kruger National Park.
- Rural town – see how a small country town can develop into a thriving centre of shopping and tourism.
- Bush Paradise - a modern but rural township experience. Hosts local DJs most weekends and offers a late-night party place for those seeking some local nightlife.
- The Phabeni Gate, Kruger’s most recently opened gate, is only 12 km from Hazyview and offers easy access to some of the best game-viewing in the park
- The Paul Kruger Gate, some 30 km east of Mkhuhlu, stands at a bridge over the Sabie River and is a quick route to Skukuza, the capital of the Kruger National Park.
- Rangers Monument at Paul Kruger Gate - honours the rangers who have died in the line of duty.