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This should definitely be part of your trip to Blyde River area. Rent a car or take a guided tour. The waterfalls are beautiful, and "the lift" to the bottom of a rain forest is fantastic. It has just been finished and is very popular....More
Most reviewers seem to do a day trip to the Grasskop/Gods View area. However the route is really a big figure 8 with lots to see, and get the feeling of Africa, Natural Features and farming and rural activity.
We spent four nights based in...More
You can start at Graskop and work your way up or from Hoedspruit area and work your way down, anyway the mainattractions (God's Window, Wonderview, Bourkes Luck Potholes, Three Rondavels and the waterfalls) are on the R534 and R532 and well pointed out. Tip: new...More
Rarely do guides tell truth about the terrible smoggy haze that over hangs this canyon and other mt views in this area. They blame it on villagers fires in their homes for cooking and heat. Hope someone helps the community if this is true to...More
We spent a really fascinating day touring the main sites along the escarpment and had absolutely no regrets. Although not the Grand Canyon, Arizona, the Blyde River Canyon has a charm and beauty of its own. The main positive is that you can do the...More
One of the most beautiful days of life: God's Window and Rainforest, Wonder View, Bourke's Luck Potholes and Three Rondavel.
All really worth visiting and that walking (good shoes!), though there was some smoke due forest fire at Rainforest and Wonder View. That made photographing...More
Hi there, as a starter, I'm going to say that I am not sure what time the sights open, however, I suspect that they may open at 9.00am or thereabouts. They do close at 4.30pm though and so try to get to each attraction... More
Hi there, as a starter, I'm going to say that I am not sure what time the sights open, however, I suspect that they may open at 9.00am or thereabouts. They do close at 4.30pm though and so try to get to each attraction early enough to enjoy it for at least an hour before having to leave. We recently arrived at the Bourke's Luck Potholes with only 45 minutes to spare before closing time and we felt rushed and the display section had already closed by around 4.20pm which meant that we missed it. Another tip is to drive the Panorama Route in daylight because although tarred, the road has several sections where there are sizable potholes in the middle of the road and if the light is not good, you may find yourself having a flat tyre after hitting one of them.i
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In all honesty, I would fly if you want to cram the most in your trip, (Sounds AMAZING by the way)! And no, while the weather in Durban was nice, it's like being in Daytona or the Keys (I used to live in Florida as well), T... More
In all honesty, I would fly if you want to cram the most in your trip, (Sounds AMAZING by the way)! And no, while the weather in Durban was nice, it's like being in Daytona or the Keys (I used to live in Florida as well), T shirt weather, surf town vibes. Kruger is going to take A LOT of time, I HIGHLY suggest hiring a guide/go on a safari (if it's in the budget) because they're all in contact with each other, as well as the fact that they know the park well and the animals' habits so the likeliness of seeing any animals is higher than without. Believe it or not, an ELEPHANT could hide right in front of you with just a slight turn of the head and/or body and you wouldn't see it if you didn't have a trained eye!