Panorama Route is a spectacular panoramic stretch nearby the well known Kruger National Park in the north-east of South Africa. The Drakensberg escarpment breaks down here several hundred meter into the lowveld.

The landscape offers spectacular panorama views over the lowveld for example at God's Window.

Waterfalls plummet hundred meters deep. The most visited waterfalls are the Berlin Falls and the Lisbon Falls.

The Blyde River Canyon is also a part of the Panorama Route. About a distance from approx. 26 km the river is winding its way through the red sandstone.

A well-known photo opportunity for the Panorama Route are the Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Wind, weather, water and sand eroded a number of cylindrical potholes into the sandstone.

A visit of this tourist region of South Africa will be an amazing and unforgettable highlight of your holiday.

We offer for our guests a guided tour - 1 day Panorama Route.
Enjoy the breathtaking landscape and more highlights of the Panorama Route all combined with the luxury of a guided tour in a small group (only 2 - 6 people).

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