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Mpumalanga

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Overview

OOn the Panorama Route in Mpumalanga, every viewpoint gives you a reflective opportunity. It’s all mountains, forests, valleys and incredible 360-degree views as far as the eye can see. South Africa’s famous Panorama Route is a key attraction for visitors to the country, and includes the formidable Blyde River Canyon (one of the world’s largest canyons), God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the Three Rondavels. Nearby, there are scenic waterfalls such as Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls and Mac-Mac Falls. The route really is a fantastic option for a photographic safari for delegates. On top of the scenic beauty and historical learnings found on the Panorama Route, you will also experience a wealth of plant and animal life in the region, including Klipspringers, dassies, Grey Rhebuck, Oribi, Kudu, bushbuck, bushpigs, monkeys, bushbabies, Chacma baboons, Black-Backed jackals and many species of birdlife, including resident pairs of nesting eagles that might well look you in the eye. This area of South Africa is so beautiful, it will take your delegates’ breathe away!

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OOn the Panorama Route in Mpumalanga, every viewpoint gives you a reflective opportunity. It’s all mountains, forests, valleys and incredible 360-degree views as far as the eye can see. South Africa’s famous Panorama Route is a key attraction for visitors to the country, and includes the formidable Blyde River Canyon (one of the world’s largest canyons), God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the Three Rondavels. Nearby, there are scenic waterfalls such as Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls and Mac-Mac Falls. The route really is a fantastic option for a photographic safari for delegates. On top of the scenic beauty and historical learnings found on the Panorama Route, you will also experience a wealth of plant and animal life in the region, including Klipspringers, dassies, Grey Rhebuck, Oribi, Kudu, bushbuck, bushpigs, monkeys, bushbabies, Chacma baboons, Black-Backed jackals and many species of birdlife, including resident pairs of nesting eagles that might well look you in the eye. This area of South Africa is so beautiful, it will take your delegates’ breathe away!

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