Nelspruit on the Crocodile River in northeastern South Africa is the attractive capital of Mpumalanga Province. With its fertile soil and subtropical climate the Nelspruit area is perfect for growing citrus and tropical fruits such as mango, banana, avocado and macadamia nuts. Major industries include canning of citrus fruit, paper production, furniture manufacture and timber mills. Nelspruit has wide, tree-lined streets and suburban homes with beautiful gardens. Nelspruit has two airports. The town is a popular stopover town for tourists en route to the Kruger National Park and to nearby Mozambique. The Lowveld Botanical Gardens just outside Nelspruit features rare plants. Other attractions near to Nelspruit include the Sudwala Caves, a dinosaur park and the historic gold mining town of Kaapsehoop.