Common questions

Where in Mpumalanga is the Blyde River Canyon?

Where in Mpumalanga is the Blyde River Canyon?

The Blyde River Canyon in Mpumalanga, South Africa, extends for 50kms (31.07 miles) along the lip of the great African escarpment. From the canyon rim guests can look eastwards over the layered rocks of the canyon walls and the Three Rondavels to the Lowveld plain, 1 600 metres below.

Where is Blyde situated?

Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve (or Motlatse Canyon Provincial Nature Reserve) is situated in the Drakensberg escarpment region of eastern Mpumalanga, South Africa.

What is the third largest canyon in the world?

Blyde River Canyon
Photos of Blyde River Canyon in South Africa, World’s Third Largest Canyon.

What is the biggest canyon on earth?

The Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon in Tibet, a region of southwestern China, was formed over millions of years by the Yarlung Zangbo River. This canyon is the deepest in the world—at some points extending more than 5,300 meters (17,490 feet) from top to bottom.

How is the Blyde Canyon Resort in Mpumalanga?

Sincerely Awesome hiking trails, stunning viewpoints and great mid-central location to the various waterfalls Mpumalanga has to offer. All the staff are so friendly and warm. Lots of activities onsite i.e putt-putt, tennis, hikes, swimming pools (cold).

Where to go in the Blyde River Canyon?

The Blyde River Canyon Lodge is situated along the majestic Panoramic Route of Mpumalanga, just a 40-minute drive to the Kruger National Park Orp… Blyde Canyon Cottages is situated within a 5 minute walk to the Blyde River Canyon Lodge in the Blyde River Botanical Reserve.

How many chalets are there at Blyde Canyon?

Blyde Canyon, A Forever Resort, is the home of the Three Rondavels and is the only resort offering direct access to the world famous Three Rondavels, the Blyde Canyon Gorge and World’s End. The resort offers both 3 and 4 star self catering chalet accommodation. The 100 chalets can accommodate from one to six persons,