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Mpumalanga

You are only moments away

MMpumalanga is known as “the place where the sun rises”, but it’s also the place where the water falls along some of the country’s most scenic gems. Take a slow drive through the famous Panorama Route and you’ll know why. It’s not all canyons, mountains and endless horizons, there are loads of waterfalls to soak in too. 


The Sabie Waterfalls Route in Mpumalanga is one of South Africa's best-kept secrets: visitors are often so captivated by the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, with its magnificent cliffs and stunning views, not to mention dazzling flora and fauna, that this superb cluster of waterfalls is often overlooked, but it’s all mostly on the way.

Did You Know?
TThe Berlin Falls was named by German miners who panned for gold here.

TThere are more waterfalls here than anywhere else in southern Africa, and you'll be astonished by their beauty and diversity. Forget the Big Five and that magnificent canyon for a while, and set aside a day or two to take yourself on a waterfalls tour.

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