Panorama Route & Surroundings
The Panorama Route is a scenic road in South Africa connecting several cultural and natural points of interest. The route, steeped in the history of South Africa, is in Mpumalanga province, centred around the Blyde River Canyon, the world's third largest canyon.
God's Window & Wonder View
Gods Window is so called for the panoramic view of the Lowveld more than 900 m down into lush indigenous forest clad ravine. The majestic cliffs plunge over 700 meters to the Lowveld
Graskop Gorge Lift
The Graskop Gorge Lift Company is centrally located on the Panorama Route. While it is an ideal stopover point, it is also an end destination in its own right, with lots to do on-site and in the area. Most areas are wheelchair and pram friendly.
The Pinnacle Rock
This 30-m quartzite tower is fringed by dense forest & has a nearby platform with panoramic views.
Lone Creek Falls
One of the well-known landmarks of the area. A short (200m) walk through an indigenous forest takes you to the bottom of the falls.
At 92 m the Lisbon Falls is the highest waterfall in the area
A short walk takes you to a vantage point overlooking the 45 m high Berlin Falls.
Bourke's Luck Potholes
This natural water feature marks the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon. There is a small restaurant.
Trio of landmark mountain peaks resembling & named after traditional native beehive huts
Blyde River Canyon
The Blyde River Canyon is a 26km long Canyon located in Mpumalanga, South Africa. It is the one of the larger canyons on Earth
The Long Tom Toboggan
Africa's Longest Toboggan Run. Arrive and ride no booking required. 1.7 kilometre track, winding and whooshing around the mountains in the Long Tom Pass
Blyde Dam Boat Trips
Blyde dam boat trip, the 90 minute interpretation tour by a tour guide will take you to the you to the rare living Kadishi Tufa waterfall and the Three Rondawels.
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehab Center
This center takes care of abandoned, orphaned, injured and poisoned wildlife. Animal species are brought to the center from all corners of South Africa, and once healthy enough, re-introduced into their natural environments.