Privately Guided Panorama Route Tours

Our Safaria, Panorama Experiences have been created to offer our guests a very unique and personalised experience of the famous Lowveld Panorama. With your own private, interpretive guide you will visit key destinations that piece together the rich history and heritage of this remarkable region. We will take you on a journey that explores the vast panorama vistas, its dense forests, misty mountain passes and majestic waterfalls. It's a journey that tells the history of the old pioneers and prospectors, their quaint towns and vistas that haven’t changed in over 175 years. Because there is some much to do an see on the Panorama Route in South Africa, we have broken down our Panorama Route tours so that they can focus on specific aspects of the trail but we are also able to combine these according to your particular interest. The Panorama Route is just one of South Africa's beautiful tourist regions. Other scenic routes can be explored on our Cape Town tours.

Spectacular Panorama Route Attractions

There are many tourist hotspots scattered along the scenic Panorama Route in Mpumalanga. With Safaria you can easily customise your Panorama Route itinerary to make the most of your trip in one of South Africa’s most picturesque travel regions. The Panorama Route is also the gateway to the Kruger National Park. Safaria offers Kruger National Park Day safaris for those who want to see more wildlife. Sabie and Graskop are two small towns in the Lowveld, which are well-known for the majestic waterfalls around every corner. Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Forest Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are just some of the stops which can be included in a Panorama Route itinerary. Swimming in a natural pool with a waterfall streaming down from above, is a relaxing, yet exciting experience for any visitor.

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The Best Panorama Route Attractions & Activities
The Forest Falls are located between Sabie and Graskop on the famous Panorama Route in South Africa. What makes this waterfall unique, is that it is the only waterfall in the region which is wider than it is high. Pilgrim’s Rest is yet another fascinating sight to see on the Panorama Route map. This historic town was proclaimed a gold field in 1873 and in 1986 it became a National Monument. Here one can get a vivid idea of the architecture and lifestyle of the first gold miners in South Africa. Include this attraction in your Panorama Route itinerary to hear the interesting legends which surround the “Robbers Grave”. The Graskop Gorge Lift is one of the latest Panorama Route attractions. This adventure starts in a glass lift which descends 51m into the indigenous forest below. Here you can enjoy a 600m walk on a wooden pathway through the breath-taking forest. The Big Swing is a 68m freefall in less than 3 seconds. If this is not your cup of tea, you can opt for a drink at the The Edge Bar instead. The Long Tom Cannon is located on the R37 between Sabie and Lydenburg. Consequently, this road is known as the Long Tom Pass and may especially interest people who consider booking a heritage tour with Safaria. Here you can see a live size replica of the 155mm Creusot Long Tom which was used during the Second Boer War. Your private tour guide will explain the significance and complete history of this tourist attraction as you enjoy a view of the Sabie valley below. God’s Window offers a bird’s-eye view of the magnificent Blyde River Canyon. There are two viewing points on the stone walkway. The furthest point is the forest view which includes wooden paths through the greenery and an astonishing Lowveld scene once you reach the top. The Blyde River Canyon, also known as Motlatse Canyon, offers numerous fascinating sites to entertain tourists. The Pinnacle is an impressive single 30m high quartzite rock in the canyon. The Three Rondawels is another stop in the itinerary. These massive dolomite rocks are often referred to as the “Three Sisters” and allow for a glimpse of the Swadini Dam. Your Panorama Route tour guide will tell you the tale of a chief and three of his wives resembled by these three mountain tops.

Visit Popular Attractions on the Panorama Route Map

Local restaurants such as Harrie’s Pancakes, also form part of the character of our tours. Here you can see what South African dining is all about. Our Panorama Route tours are popular among local and international tourist with diverse personalities and interests. Safaria’s selection of panorama route tours are the ideal fit for curious nature lovers. Whether you’re someone who enjoys peaceful getaways or an adrenaline seeker and adventurer who wants to explore mountainous surrounds, these Panorama Route attractions and road trips are sure to exceed all your expectations. Our team regards every tourist as a unique individual with a specific set of interests, therefore we craft every tour plan with the individual in mind. This is how we ensure a blissful tour of the best the Lowveld has to offer. Book unforgettable privately guided Panorama Route Tours at competitive prices, with Safaria.

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