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The stop should not take more than 30 minutes and that's if you are taking in the sights. There are two things to see which are next to each other. First, is the Blyde River as it curves in the landscape. If you have visited...More
I've visited this place twice, & every time I'm amazed at the beauty, the locals are amazing people, they guided us down Mac Mac falls, we took the boat the 2nd time we visited & I highly recommend it, although it's a bit of a...More
Many places to see all around the reserve. Waterfalls on one day, the iconic sights on day 2 and hiking when ever you choose. Very historic areas around about. Some hiking is available on private resort areas and is freely accessible.
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Blyde river was lucky as the story goes..
the canyon is truly amazing...the majestic rock formations, the beautiful river winding around the mountain..all add to it!
This is part of the “ PANORAMA DRIVE” ..close to Kruger Park, so if you are there, don’t miss...More
I have been at the Grand Canyon in Colorado, USA. Well, this is the Grand Canyon in green version, rocky tops with green walls due to the vegetation. Mother Nature incredible creation! It's worth hiring a driver to take around this area for several hours....More
For all of these trails you can arrive and view without booking. All of the waterfalls, Bourkes luck potholes, Gods window, three rondavels. The only thing you may want to consider booking, or enquiring at least, is the lift... More
For all of these trails you can arrive and view without booking. All of the waterfalls, Bourkes luck potholes, Gods window, three rondavels. The only thing you may want to consider booking, or enquiring at least, is the lift at the waterfall in Graskop.
From JHB to Nelspruit is roughly 330km and 3,5 hours. From Nelspruit to Hazyview is around 67km and and an hours drive. Hazyview to Kruger Gate is around 40km and depends on your time of arrival on how long that would take... More
From JHB to Nelspruit is roughly 330km and 3,5 hours. From Nelspruit to Hazyview is around 67km and and an hours drive. Hazyview to Kruger Gate is around 40km and depends on your time of arrival on how long that would take. That covers your time to Kruger.
At Hazyview you would turn right off the main road to continue to Kruger but continue straight if you went to Blyde River. That is a whole other trip and you could take a whole day to see those sights like- Gods window, Bourkes luck, three rondavels. Sabie is probably an hour out from Hazyview and Gods window is close to that. The view you get from Gods window is of the Blyde river Canyon. That you can comfortably do in your time frame.
If you wanted a really busy, rushed day you could go further and see the potholes, and then further to the three rondavels and another view of the canyon. That would be a push and any delay would be a challenge.
Sorry, I didn’t cover from Kruger gate to Skukuza. Give yourself time as there are speed limits in the park. Probably minimum of a half hour to get there.