On a clear day you can see...
The aptly named God's Window is a viewpoint that, on a clear day, gives visitors an unrivalled view of the magnificent Lowveld and the Blyde River Canyon. Unfortunately, the area is prone to dense mist which often renders it inaccessible.
Not far from God’s Window, you’ll find the beautiful Lisbon Falls – the highest waterfall in Mpumalanga. There are several other beautiful waterfalls on this route, and while we aim to visit two waterfalls on every trip, exact site visits are determined by weather, traffic forecasts and availability.
The Blyde River Canyon is the largest green canyon in the world and is officially recognised as a natural phenomenon. Aside from the incredible natural beauty and geographical significance, the Blyde River is deeply steeped in history.
Another remarkable geographical site is Bourke’s Luck Potholes. The potholes were created by the small stones swirling around at the confluence of the Blyde and Treur Rivers. Stunning in their beauty, the gigantic potholes give visitors an amazing cross-section view of the many beautiful layers of rock in the area. The rock walls are dazzling in colour and shape.
The Three Rondavels are reputed to be the most photographed site in the region. Erosion has carved three rock formations that resemble traditional African huts/ rondavels. Another popular local attraction is also perfect for avid photographers, but who would ever have expected to find an Otis lift outdoors, descending into a gorge?
The Graskop Gorge Lift carries guests 51m down the face of the gorge, into a lush indigenous forest. A beautifully crafted wooden walkway takes guests along a 500m journey of discovery through the forest.
Panorama tour: Full day (Min 2 Pax)
R2000 pp 2 people R1 500 pp 3-7 people
Bottled water / comfort stop Sabie / visit 2 waterfalls / Gods window / Three Rondavels / Potholes / Graskop Gorge lift / Lunch at Harries Pancakes / Entrance fees to all places.
To book your tour call Sandy: +71 680 7434 or e-mail us.