Situated on the Drakensberg escarpment in Mpumalanga is God’s Window. Just one look down and you will begin to understand why it is called "God's Window. With magnificent views, canyons, rock formations and waterfalls, God's Window is truly an area of breathtaking scenic splendour. It is no wonder…
located North of Graskop, while standing at this view point you get a beautiful view of the panoramic lowveld. You will be able to view the magnificent Blyde River Canyon. However you will have to hike up the narrow pathway along the escapement to actually see the view point.
God's Window - so called for the panoramic view of the Lowveld (and in the distance the Kruger National Park and Mozambique) more than 900 m below - is 9.2 km north of Graskop on the R534 road God’s Window 24°52′28″S 30°53′29″E is a popular vantage point along the Drakensberg escarpment, at the…
“If you can, begin your wander around Mpumalanga with Bourke's Luck Potholes, for they are without doubt incredible. Essentially they're the result of decades of swirling eddies of water where the Treur River meets the Blyde River, the tumult of which has caused extensive water erosion over time. The result is a series of cylindrical rock sculptures that look as though they would be more comfortable on the moon. To see these geological wonders (it is no surprise to learn that they've made it onto Frommer's 500 places to take your kids before they grow up) that are an amazing array of white, yellow and dark brown eddies of colour because of the soil present in the water, you'll need to travel roughly 35 kilometres due north of Graskop on the R532. They are on the Panorama Route and are one of the major tourist attractions in South Africa, so best get there ahead of the bus tours. A series of metal bridges take you right above them, if photographs are a high priority, whilst walkways around the ridges allow you various angles and viewpoints from which to take your snaps. Their strange name, in case you were wondering, comes from the gold digger, Tom Burke, who staked a nearby claim”
“Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Mpumalanga Escarpment. The Blyde River Canyon is the biggest green canyon in the world and a sight worth seeing a hundred times!”
“The view from here is spectacular! It's just a little bit further than the Bourke's Luck Potholes.”
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