Mount Anderson is located in the popular tourism province of Mpumalanga considered to be one of the most geographically diverse and unbelievably beautiful places in South Africa, also incorporating the famous game-rich Kruger National Park and the exquisite Blyde River Canyon.
At the foot of Long Tom Pass lies a small town – formerly known as Lydenberg – now known as Mashashing meaning the ‘place of long grass’. The town is situated between two majestic strings of mountains which has put this area well onto the tourism map and is well known for its stunning scenery. The highest points in Mpumalanga at 1,469m above sea level. Mount Anderson Water Reserve, made up of 20 000 acres, is situated high up in the dramatic landscape of these mountains.
While in the area, guests often include the Kruger National Park or adjacent private game reserves as well as exploring the Panorama Route and places of interest, including God’s Window, Mac Mac Falls, Pilgrim’s Rest and further afield, Bourke’s Potholes and Blyde River Canyon.