Unfortunately we were unable to visit God’s Window during our Panorama Route Tour due to weather conditions. It was very cloudy and our guide Benji advises not to try.
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I've visited God's window many times, before they started charging an entrance fee so I was surprised when we arrived to find we needed to pay. I must say, they have improved over the years, using the money to build proper barriers to ensure safety....More
Ensure that you visit this place when it’s sunny and not raining. I was looking forward to sharing this experience with my family as this is one of my favorite spots in Graskop but was severely disappointed by the weather. There was heavy mist that...More
The most famous of the lowveld lookouts, God' View is the prime spot on the Panorama Route from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park. Stand silent in awe at the breath-taking scenery of the Blyde River Canyon. From this point, one can see the indigenous forests...More
We visited God's window on a beautiful and clear day. We walked all the way to the top stopping at all the view points. The walk through the rain forrest is lovely. There are really beautiful views to photograph. Comfortable walkways aids easy access to...More
No wonder this is called Gods window, the views are stunning. Once you have traversed the steps and walked up steep paths, fought your way past all the other tourists and gone through a rain forest, the resulting views are a sight to behold. This...More
God's window is include along Blyde River Canyon . It over looks the valley where Kruger National Park is located. On many days it is deep in the clouds and the view is obscured as it was partially on the day we were there.
Once you get to the end, its just pure beauty, there are a bit of stairs and hills to get there but well worth it, wear a running shoe, bring a bottle of water, and dress comfortable, and bring a good camera. This was an...More