The magnificent Panorama Route in South Africa’s Mpumalanga province is one of the continents great natural wonders and one of the world’s most beautiful driving routes.

Panorama Route Attractions

– The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre was one of our favourite experiences. – The Moholoholo Animal Rehabilitation Centre. – The beautiful 24 Degrees South Country Estate.

Blyde River Canyon

The Panorama Route’s popularity is not just its proximity to Kruger National Park. It is the gateway to one of the province’s major scenic draw cards, the Blyde River Canyon Reserve.

Three Rondavels

Three Rondavels, also called the Three Sisters are three massive rock edifices of dolomite rock rising from the Blyde River Canyon. One of the three iconic landmarks in Blyde River Canyon Reserve.

Burke’s Luck Pot Holes

One of South Africa’s most fascinating geological formations, Bourke’s Luck Potholes in the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve is a striking natural phenomenon formed over millennia.

Waterfalls on the Panorama Route

The Berlin Falls is a stunning 45-metre drop of water cascading down impressive ochre cliffs into a sapphire pool.

Mac Mac Pools

Roughly 2km from Mac Mac falls you will find Mac Mac pools. A picturesque, organised picnic site tucked under pine trees alongside the Mac Mac River named for the Scottish miners who panned for gold there.

God’s Window

A 900m high viewpoint where the entire Mpumalanga Lowveld stretches spectacularly out through a lush forest clad ravine. On a bright day, the view reaches all the way to Mozambique, over 200km away.

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