The Panorama Route, Mpumalanga, South Africa

Meander past waterfalls, canyons and mountains The Panorama Route

The essence of the experience

One of South Africa’s most prized landscapes, travelling through the breathtaking scenery of the Panorama Route is an absolute must if you are visiting Mpumalanga. Enjoy a self-drive or guided tour through the historic region, stopping at landmarks such God’s Window, the Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Pinnacle, and the world’s largest green canyon – the Blyde River Canyon.

Tucked away within the route is the town of Graskop, which offers quaint eateries and fantastic adventure opportunities. It is also one of the main gateways to set off in search of the region’s fantastic landscapes. Be sure to make a stop at Pilgrim’s Rest, where you can travel back in time to 1873 – an era where settlers panned the landscape in search of elusive golden nuggets.

Discover fascinating geological formations, towering mountains and deep canyons, plunging waterfalls, meandering rivers, caves and flourishing flora. This is a photographic and nature enthusiast’s dream destination.