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Panorama Route

Graskop, South Africa
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Graskop, South Africa
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Panorama Route is a beautiful road where you can appreciate South African mountains and they beautiful colors. On the way are pines, and rivers and mountains, that leaves you completely breathless. A don't miss route.

Thank msgoliveira
Reviewed 4 days ago

WE only had a few time but it was wonderful. We've been very lucky with sun and blue sky. I will to come back when the falls are stronger.

Thank Stephanie D
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is breathtaking I thought Canada had the best sights in the world but this tops it Absolute must see trail

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We started later 10.30 but managed to see nearly all the major stops! Beautiful country and interesting to see Not a difficult drive Beware of the Police as

Thank Yvonne W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a beautiful part of the country. With the exception of potholes around Pilgrims Rest the roads are in a remarkably good condition. We visted Bourkes Luck Potholes, Graskop and the Three Rondawels all on the same day.We did Mac Mac Falls and Sabie...More

1  Thank craigsR8889VP
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Starts in Graskop and is a good 70km overall. It is an eqsy drive with great stops a the viewpoint where they charge you a little entry fee. If you have a bright sunny day, make sure to see all the highlights in that day...More

Thank Paulcup
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As more tourists may have done, checking the pictures of the Panorama route before you leave home and hoping it will be that spectacular once your there, I can say it really is! There are multiple stunning spots you can walk around and see beautiful...More

Thank Robert-Jan A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Awesome weekend spent meandering about the whole route while staying in the quaint little hamlet of Graskop. Liked the Drei Rondavels the best. Other attractions r also too good. Although hate paying money at every spot to see God's creation.

Thank Shuvam C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Graskop is a beautiful town and lots of places to eat and stay. The big swing is a good attraction, but not much to talk about further. Just stalls and little expensive shops.

Thank 526henniek
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Bourke's Potholes were my favourite and if you run out of time make sure you don't miss this one. Watch out for corrupt cops and don't pay them any money. Ensure you ask for a ticket to pay at next police station and they...More

Thank wogolin
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9 June 2017|
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Response from Hans v | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is possible, but you have to be a F1 pilot to realize it. Better you drive to Graskop, 5 hrs. driving, it depends on the weatherconditions, take a rest and the next day you are able to see the highlights of the... More
David B
2 May 2017|
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Response from notRCIstandard | Reviewed this property |
You should have plenty time. Just be aware that when I was there a month ago there are lots of potholes on the roads which slow you down. I did not go on the R40 from Bushbuckridge as when I last went on this road I found... More