A remarkable natural site in South Africa, the Blyde River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the world. The red sandstone of the canyon is covered with a dense and subtropical forest that is simply amazing.
The natural reserve covers more than 290 km2 and includes mountains with a height of up to 1,944 m with an elevation that goes as low as 560 m.
Wildlife enthusiast will love the diverse flora and fauna of the reservation, due to the variations in altitude, rainfall and geology.
Some of the most spectacular views in the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve are at places named The Three Rondavels and God's Window.