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WWhile you may wonder why it is called God’s Window, there is really no way a brochure, website or travel magazine can prepare you for the spectacular view, that really lives up to its name.
It is one of the most scenic vantage points in the whole of South Africa. Situated along the Panorama Route in the Mpumalanga province, on the Drakensberg escarpment, you just have to look down to realise why it has been given this special name.
God’s Window is a highlight along the Panorama Route in the eastern part of Mpumalanga. The natural wonders on the route range from cascading waterfalls to impressive mountain gorges. Along with God’s Window, other well-known spots on the route include Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels, the Mac-Mac Falls and the Blyde River Canyon.
KKnown as the largest “green canyon” in the world, the Blyde River Canyon is a 33km-long gorge that stretches from Bourke’s Luck Potholes to the Three Rondavels near Blyderivierpoort Dam.