Panorama Route

Situated in Mpumalanga (a Province/State of South Africa), is one of our country’s top tourist destinations. Sometimes know as "Paradise Country", few regions in the world can match the beauty and diversity of the Lowveld (low fields) and Highveld (High ground, escarpment) areas of this region.

The Mpumalanga Tourism Board has created seven areas within the Mpumalanga region, with specially marked routes that invite the visitor to Mpumalanga province a journey through any of the seven regions.

The Panorama Route is one of our personal favourite travel destinations, and is best known for its dramatic landscapes, offering a vast array of options for any visitor including playing host to some great adrenalin activities. This route runs along the spectacular Blyde River Canyon and is probably one of the most beautiful and popular travel destinations in South Africa. It boasts to many attractions, waterfalls, historical sites and towns all worthy of a visit, whilst traveling the Abel Erasmus Pass there is the opportunity to see one of the rarest birds in the world known as the Taita Falcon.

Towns of the Panorama Route consist of;

Graskop whose natural wonders are probably one of the most photographed and painted scenes in the world. Graskop is ideally located in the heart of this tourism region

Hazyview - is a town which is ideally situated 50 kilometers outside the Kruger National Park. Hazyview derives its name from the summer haze that envelopes the Lowveld bush. This area is reputed to have the best climate in the world for bananas and such is renowned for its banana industry.

Kiepersol - is situated close to Hazyview and is very near the Numbi Gate of the Kruger National Park. Kiepersol is the name of an indigenous tree, also known as the Cabbage Tree. The undulating hills of this sub-tropical area are inundated with giant avocado trees, mangos tress, banana plantations and macadamia trees.

Ohrigstad - is the oldest town on the Panorama Route, founded in 1845. Nestled in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains, close to the Echo Caves, Blyde River Canyon, God's Window and the Potholes Ohrigstad is also known for the relics of Iron and Stone Age civilizations found in the area indicating that the Pedi and San groups lived here thousands of years ago

Pilgrims Rest - is found on the eastern escarpment. The entire town of Pilgrim’s rest has been declared a national monument.

Sabie - is a malaria-free town situated in the centre of one of the largest man-made forests in the world. The town is named after the Sabie River.

 More information please feel free to contact us at we can facilitate your arrangements, and take you on Guided Tour of the Panorama Route and include Kruger National Park.   

Transfers to and from your B & B, Guesthouse, Lodge or Hotel, should you not be staying with us at "Ebubeleni", can be arranged.

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