Whist exploring the Panorama Route, being a mountainous and forest region, it stands to reason that there are a fair number of waterfalls each with its own appeal stretched out along the escarpment.
The Bridal Veil Falls- is approximately 6 km from the town of Sabie.Anenjoyable 750 meter walk through the indigenous forest leads to the 70 meter high waterfall.- A small entrance fee is charged
The aptly named theHorseshoe Falls this too is along the same route as a number of other waterfalls in the Sabie area. This is a little further being approximately 11 Km from Sabie. These gravel roads can be very dusty when dry and muddy when wet.
Lone Creek Falls is one of the well known landmarks in the Sabie area. Approximately 9 km out from Sabie, a short 200 meter walk through an indigenous forest takes you to the bottom of the falls which has been declared a National Monument. - A small entrance fee is charged.
The Graskop Gorge and Panorama Falls is only one km out of Graskop towards Hazyview. The Panorama Falls is fed by a very small catchment area and is often just a trickle of water, but after heavy rainstorms a number of separate falls can be seen spilling water into the Gorge below.
Forest Falls is 17km from Graskop on the road towards Sabie, immediately before the railway crossing. A refreshing walk that takes you through fragrant pine forests to the falls - the only waterfall in the area that is wider than what it is high.
These falls are a delight to visit, but vehicle access is restricted. Visitors are require to park at the picnic spot and walk the7 km circular route to the falls.Permits for this walk is available from the Mac Mac Forest Retreat a few kilometers beyond the railway crossing or from the Forest Industry Museum in Sabie
The Mac Mac Falls is 20 km from Graskop on the R532 road towards Sabie. The turnoff and parking area is at the curio stalls and a nominal entrance fee is charged. A steep (wheelchair unfriendly) walk along a cement pathway takes you to the viewing platform above the falls.
The 65 m high Mac Mac Falls in the Mac Mac Riverhas been declared a National Monument This waterfall was originally a single stream, but gold miners blasted it with dynamite to divert the river in an attempt to work the rich gold-bearing reef over which it plunges.
Mac Mac Pools is a fun-for-all picnic spot with naturally formed swimming pools. Situated 22 km from Graskop on the R532 road to Sabie, there are ample picnic spots and braai facilities available. - A small entrance fee is charged
The Sabie Falls is situated on the outskirts of Sabie under the new bridge across the Sabie river. A short walk brings you to a viewpoint where the waterfall plunges 73m down the Sabie Gorge. The foundations of an old hydro-electric plant - from where Sabie obtained its electric power in 1907 - can still be seen at the bottom of the falls.
Lisbon Falls is a couple of kilometers outside Graskop towards the Blyde River Canyon. At 92meters the Lisbon Falls is the highest waterfall in the area. - No entry fee is charged to visit this waterfall
Berlin Falls is found slightly above the Lisbon Falls, as visitors follow the main road towards Burks Luck and the Blyde River Canyon. This is one of our personal favourites – no entry fee – ample parking, and beautiful views. A short walk takes you to a vantage point overlooking the 45meter high Berlin Falls.
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