These are our five favourites.
The highest waterfall in Mpumalanga
Lisbon Falls is an impressive 94 meters tall, view it from the deck or take a dip in its pool.
SA’s answer to the Grand Canyon
Blyde River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. Check out its famous ‘Three Rondavels’ viewpoint.
Alien-like rock craters
Bourke’s Luck Potholes are the result of whirlpool water erosion over thousands of years.
The iconic view
God’s Window is one of South Africa’s most famous viewpoints. A glass-floored skywalk may even be in its future.
A room with a view
Wake up to Drakensberg escarpment vistas without leaving the haven of Angels View designer hotel in Graskop.