September is a highly anticipated month here in the Lowveld. It marks the return of the Spring months and the warmth that the area is so well known for, and if you plan on booking a stay at our guesthouse in Nelspruit this September, not only do you have the lovely warm weather and early Spring rains to look forward to, but there will also be all sorts of exciting social activities that you can participate in this month.
At Pensao, we are one of the best guesthouses in Nelspruit. Situated in the green and leafy suburbs of a quiet part of town, we offer our guests an oasis in which to escape from the city, or to spend their evenings when in town on business. Our guesthouse is close to the shops and entertainment facilities, which means when you stay with us you can explore our town, enjoy the scenery and still be close enough to your accommodation that you don’t have to worry about planning a long trip back in the evening.
With the weather changing, the bird song returning and the early flowers starting to bloom, now is a great time to treat yourself to a weekend getaway before the year end rush begins and with something to look forward to just about every weekend, here’s what you can add to your events calendar.
2 September – The Nelspruit Family Picnic
The day after the unofficial 1st day of Spring is going to see the hosting of The Nelspruit Family Picnic and Kids Carnival in the beautiful Lowveld Botanical Garden. This event is the perfect family fun day out and a great way to soak up those warm early Spring rays of sunshine. The picnic starts at 10am and promises to be a wonderful day full of goodness. It will cost R130 for adults and R150 for children, and you will need to bring along your own picnic things.
9 September – Woofstock 2023
Nelspruiters are passionate about wildlife as well as pets and each year money is raised for our furry friends through the Woofstock event. This year it is set to be bigger than ever with the event being hosted at Mustangs. In the morning you will be able to browse through the various local market stalls and you can even participate in the braaibroodjie competition. As evening falls, the bands will roll out and you can look forward to incredible South African talent. The event will cost R200 for adults and R180 for children.
9 – 10 September – The Gin Fest
The festivities continue with the popular Gin Fest which is this year taking place in the Lowveld Botanical Garden. Try out all of the locally crafted Gins and other delicious drinks, and there will also be all sorts of food for sale. The fest will also have a musical event in the evening and tickets can be bought from ginandmusic.co.za.