The Drakensberg Escarpment, which features the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga, is home to one of the most spectacular views you will ever encounter in your life – God’s Window. Part of a picturesque and enchanting 250km stretch of natural splendour, God’s Window is the most ideal point in the canvas to take in some of the world’s most breathtaking landscape.
On a beautiful, clear day, you can view all the way into the famous Kruger National park towards the Lebombo Mountains which border on Mozambique, views of magnificent canyons, rock formations and waterfalls. An interesting fact, The Blyde River Canyon, which God’s Window oversees, is cited as the third largest canyon in the world.
God’s Window is a wonderful destination for anyone looking to see nature for its purest greatness, even more perfect for outdoor types looking to also get in some adventurous walking, horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking through the terrain and rainforest.
If you ever wanted to visit a place that resemble what the edge of the world could possibly look like, God’s Window is it. Make sure you add this majestic destination to your travel plans.