Also known as the Motlatse Canyon Nature Reserve, this breathtakingly beautiful 71,660 acres of red sandstone mountains, gorges, and grassland stretches 60 km (37 miles) north of Graskop, to the Abel Erasmus Pass. Its spectacular main feature is the canyon itself. Carved out of almost 2.5 km (1.5 miles) of red sandstone, it’s the world’s third biggest and greenest canyon, on account of its lush evergreen vegetation.
Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve
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Graskop (translation: "grass head") was so named because of the abundance of grassveld and few trees. Like so many of the little towns in this...
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Named for the heat haze that drifts up from the fruit plantations and bush in the surrounding area, Hazyview is a bustling little town. Situated...
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