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Panorama Route in South Africa

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Day 23: Kruger - Panorama Route in South Africa: Blyde Canyon, Three Rondavels, Lucky Potholes, Berlin Falls and Lisbon Falls - Graskop


We make the journey very quiet, on a road where after a few kilometers, we realize we are surrounding the Kruger Park, something that forces us to look from side to side, it seems that at any time we will be able to See an elephant posing for us.
This does not happen, although we have to confess, that the road, after a few kilometers, begins to give us totally different landscapes, in which the green and the mountains appear as if by magic, beginning to show us the landscapes of the Blyde Canyon.

Blyde Canyon

Considered the third largest canyon in the world, this canyon is the Blyde River channel, which for millions of years has been forming walls 600-800 meters high, which have formed some truly incredible natural spaces, which are among the most impressive of the Panorama Route in South Africa.

Three Rondavels

An essential stop on the Panorama Route, the Three Rondavels viewpoint is one of the essential places to see in South Africa that we are sure, will not disappoint you.
With an impressive fall, the first thing that attracts attention is the three rock formations that are seen on the riverbed, which give their name to the viewpoint because of its shape reminiscent of traditional African houses known as Rondavels.

South Africa in 25 days. Full Itinerary

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