Hazyview is situated near the Paul Kruger gate of the Kruger National Park, and many visitors decide to overnight in Hazyview when the park is fully booked.
The Hazyview village was established in 1959 when the first post office was built. The name comes from the summer haze that envelopes the low bush land some days.
For travellers interested in the local traditions, the Shangana Cultural Village on the R535 to Graskop is a great outing where Shangaan traditions can be experienced.
The area is reputed to have the best climate and soil in the world for bananas. Visitors to Hazyview are very close to the major gates of the Kruger National Park, and the natural attractions of the park are quite spectacular.
There is an abundance of resorts in the vicinity and visitors who take a lovely scenic drive through sites such as God's Window, Pinnacle Rock, the Bourke's Luck Potholes and numerous waterfalls to Sabie, Nelspruit, Pilgrim's Rest and the Blyde River Canyon will not be disappointed.
Hiking, river rafting, horse-riding and hot-air ballooning are popular activities in this scenic part of the country.
Hazyview is close to the Phabeni Gate, the newest in the Kruger National Park.
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