Our travel spot light this Tuesday focuses on the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga.
The majestic canyon forms part of the beautiful Greater Drakensberg escarpment, and has scenic waterfalls guaranteed to take anyone’s breath away in an instant.
As a visitor, you will get to experience some of nature’s most unusual wonders, such as the Bourke’s Luck Potholes and God’s Window. And a visit to the reserve is obviously not complete without taking in the exceptional game viewing.
The Blyde River Canyon stretches for 50km along the lip of the great African escarpment. It is one of the few areas where montane grassland is found in Mpumalanga.
During your visit, you can engage in fun activities such as abseiling and fly-fishing.