While South Africa and the Drakensberg in particular are filled with natural beauty and splendor, it is one part of this area that really is more spellbinding than any other. An area so vast and made up of beauty so defined that it can only be closely compared to the beauty that God saw when he created the world. It’s fitting then that this region is called “God’s Window.”
The panoramic view from this magnificent area is filled with canyons, rock formations and waterfalls, all enveloped in a verdant valley. Viewpoints are scattered all along the length of the Blyde River Canyon and it’s said that on a clear day you can see as far as the coastline of Mozambique.
God’s Window is part of a 250 kilometer stretch of sheer cliffs which drop 600m down into the Lowveld which means while you’re high up enjoying the view, you’re not only enjoying crisp, clean air, but also a place preferred by the Gods. and absorbed in the freedom of every citizen. The combination of the beauty of the landscape and friendly nature of the locals makes South Africa a truly inspiring and exciting country to explore.
Since the 17th century and the arrival of its very first settlers, South Africa has been claimed, to be one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Not only is the weather warm and mild throughout the year, but locals and visitors enjoying an endlessly beautiful scenery and diversity in landscapes. Undoubtedly, South Africa’s main attractions are it’s beautiful mountain and coastal views, however it’s cities also attract more than enough tourist attention.