Bourke's Luck Potholes
The potholes were formed by centuries of swirling whirlpools eroding away the bedrock. They are without doubt incredible!! The potholes are on the panorama route with other world renowned sites like God's Window and Blyde River Canyon.
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…
Go see the magnificent rock features called “Bourke’s Luck Potholes”. These enormous potholes have been carved by pebbles swirling around in the pools where the Blyde and Treur River meet and become one.
Popular geological attraction formed by water erosion, with walkways & bridges for visitors.
“The view from here is spectacular! It's just a little bit further than the Bourke's Luck Potholes.”
“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 that Mpumalanga is known as Paradise Country. Gods Window is so called for the panoramic view of the Lowveld more than 900 m down into lush indigenous forest clad ravine. The majestic cliffs plunge over 700 meters to the Lowveld and the private game reserves which have made the area one of South Africa's main wildlife destinations. God's Window is a small part of a 250km long earthwork of sheer cliffs and extravagant beauty. One can observe the hills and forests as far as the eye can see. In fact, it seems as if one can see forever! WHERE God's Window, Ohrigstad, +/-10 kms from Graskop, Panorama Route, Mpumalanga, South Africa”
“Spend a day adventuring the Panorama Route and seeing the beautiful sites along the Blyde River Canyon, from waterfalls to viewpoints. We can arrange a DAYTRIP to take in all the sights of the Panorama Route ( Prebooking ESSENTIAL) ”
“Lisbon Falls lies north of the little town of Graskop in Mpumalanga , on the Panorama route, its situated in a very rich waterfall area – in fact , there is more waterfalls here than in any other part of South Africa . Lisbon Falls is named after the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, which is also the name of a large farm in the area nearby. Support the local curio sellers with their handmade arts and crafts”