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the whole weekend was very rainy and because the area is in a low-veld, the was mist everywhere. we forced to go to God's window but to our disappointment we couldn't see anything due to mist. we walked the rain forest but didnt go far...More
I mostly got sad by going there. You pay 17 rand pp, which is great to help the locals. But there are alot of litter on the way up, no one cleaning, and alot of idle people.
Then there's alot of tourist.
The view itself...More
It was a cool winters day, and not a lot of people around. And so so worth seeing. Been wanting to do this for many years, and happy to finally get the chance. The hike leaves one a bit out of breath (if you are...More
As always, the views were stunning. The car park was a little busy but well organised. The local market is a little bit of a hit and miss with not only SA and African crafts. Many items on sale are available at China Mall.
Exploitation of religion even on Christmas Day: Gods Window requires an exorbitant fee for corrupt officials who render NO useful service; The only service needed was fire-prevention, which failed: The whole indigenous eco-forest burnt down, fences derelict&dangerous; Leave God out of this name, it is...More
Firstly, there are more than one destination in the area that is called "God's Window". Therefore it is difficult to say which one we went to.
What I can tell you is that the car park was empty besides a few stalls selling trinkets. It...More
After a 20 minute gentle climb and meander up the well laid out pathways, suddenly you arrive a a balcony, where the world drops away. Mist fingers rise up the previously hidden gorge.
This is one of my favourite regions due to the lush vegetation....More