Has within it the largest green canyon in the world, or the third largest canyon in the world. Either way it was a wonderful sight. We had a clear day and a view of the dam as well as across the canyon to the low...More
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About Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve
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The Blyde Canyon is a hidden Gem. The views are breath taking and stunning scenery. A must see for yourself to appreciate mother nature at her best.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our boat trip along the Blyde river; we saw hippos and crocodiles, as well as many birds. The views were stunning and entirely unexpected. We also took a hike through the mountains which was breathtaking! The trails were fairly...More
A lovely walk over formed steps and some rough patches, then a bridge that spans the river. Fascinating holes and gullies with water gushing through - really spectacular. Lovely photo opportunities and then a market at the car park. Look out for the cheeky monkeys...More
drfiting along the river on the baot is a peaceful way to sopend a few hours. Make sure you get a seat near the front if you can, as altho it's permitted to walk about it'ss very hard to hear what the guide tells you...More
We have spent 3 days in the area and found it not to be long enough. A good excuse to come back! All the natural wonders are amazing to see and we've encountered many friendly and helpful people along the way. For this time of...More
Breathtakingly beautiful reserve of red sandstone mountains, gorges and grasslands. The canyon is the world's third biggest and greenest canyon. This is when the physical beauty of South Africa strikes you!
Even during a cloudy/rainy day, it was nice to see the potholes, differents falls and finally, we discover the end of the canyon during sunset - marvellous!
We stopped at this natural beauty on our way back from Kruger National Park to Johannesburg. Great place to take a break and admire this incredible place.
We went to Pinnacle, devils window, Potholes and the Canyon lookout. Potholes was definitely worth a look as was the canyon lookout but pinnacle and devils window were a bit meh. Some of the sights were not well signed and the roads were full of...More