• Blue Swallow Chalets

    Blue Swallow Chalets provide tranquil yet affordable accommodation in Graskop.Read More
  • Discover Mpumalanga

    Mpumalanga hosts some of the most beautiful scenery in South AfricaRead More
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We have one chalet that sleeps six people and one chalet that sleeps 3 people. We also have a fibre glass rondavel.

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Our prices are very competitive and affordable.


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AttractionsGraskop is a central location to visit most of the beautiful attractions in Mpumalanga.



Mpumalanga hosts some of the most spectacular waterfalls in South Africa..


Rock Formations

Mpumalanga also offers beautifull rock formations, developed over million of years.Most notably, the Mac-Mac pools and potholes.


Kruger National Park

Mpumalanga also hosts the internationally acclaimed Kruger National Park, where you will be able to see the Big 5 (Elephant, Leopard, Lion, Rhinoceros, Buffalo), roaming the African bushveld..





Gold Digging

Pelgrims Rust is only 20 kms away from Graskop where you will be able to see an typical "gold diggers" town, preserved as it was more than 100 years ago.


Three Rondavels

Close to Graskop is also the well know "Three Rondavels", a rock formation in the shape of typical South African homestyles of years gone by.


God's Window

There is a saying that Mpumalanga is so beautiful that even God has a window here".From God's Window, you can see the beautiful surroundings and on a clear day, even so far as neighbouring Mozambique.





Blue Swallow Chalets

Blue Swallow Chalets is located in Graskop, Mpumalanga close to the famous Blyde River Canyon. The neat self-catering units which are very well appointed are set in a beautifully maintained garden.


Centrally Located

Blue Swallow Chalets is located near the centre of town. We are walking distance from most restaurants, curio shops and the Spar. We are also central to all the sights and viewpoints.


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Jock of the Bushveld is a true story by South African author Sir James Percy FitzPatrick. The book tells of FitzPatrick's travels with his dog, Jock, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, during the 1880s, when he worked as a storeman, prospector's assistant, journalist and ox-wagon transport-rider in the Bushveld region of the Transvaal (then the South African Republic).

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  • We enjoyed our stay at Blue Swallow Chalets and was able to visit all the beautifull attractions in the area.The owners are very friendly and helpfull. imageAnonymousVisitor
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