Although South Africa’s Mpumalanga province is better known as “the place where the sun rises”, it is also the place where the water falls. Renowned for its magnificent natural wonders and panoramas guaranteed to beautify your Instagram feed, the province boasts a higher density of waterfalls than anywhere else in Southern Africa. Impressive waterfalls flow over steep cliffs on this edge of the Drakensberg escarpment. Set amid dramatic landscapes, each one is enchanting in its own unique way. Most of them are located between the towns of Sabie and Graskop, while others are in close proximity to these two towns.
The Berlin Falls, in the historic Blyde River Canyon area, is the second highest waterfall in the province after the nearby Lisbon Falls and one of the most spectacular. It is also a national monument. A stone plaque confirming the waterfall’s national status from 1983 can be seen when
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