Waterfalls in Mpumalanga

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There are so many waterfalls in Mpumalanga that it is hard to know where to start. As you travel through Mpumalanga’s beautiful attractions, we recommend that you make a stop at one of the many waterfalls in Mpumalanga. Each one is different in size and shape, but they are all beautiful and worth a visit. The Mpumalanga Panorama route tour is a wonderful way to experience the best of the beautiful falls in Mpumalanga.  Here are some beautiful Mpumalanga waterfalls you can visit in Mpumalanga.

Waterfalls in Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga is known for its unique wildlife, stunning natural views, and many outdoor activities. Gold rush towns like Pilgrim’s Rest, Sabie, and Graskop are in the Kruger Lowveld area, full of things to see and do for nature lovers. For starters, visitors can enjoy mountain bikes and hike through one of the world’s most extensive artificial forests in the hills between Sabie and Graskop.

waterfalls in mpumalanga

They can also see animals in the world-famous Kruger National Park, see the world’s oldest mountains in Barberton, or explore the beautiful landscape around Graskop. Mpumalanga is a South African province with more waterfalls than any other province.

At the center of everything is the dramatic landscape around the forestry towns of Sabie and Graskop in the Kruger Lowveld. This fantastic area’s cliffs and forested gorges are filled with beautiful waterfalls. Visitors to the site must see at least some of these waterfalls. They are easy to get to, have excellent visitor facilities, and can be reached with a short hike at most.

Lone Creek Falls

The perfect day trip is to Lone Creek Falls, which is an easy 10-minute drive from Sabie and has a beautiful native forest, picnic areas, a sandy beach, and a pool for swimming. In addition, a network of walking paths lets people see the 68-meter falls from every angle, and you can find a calm spot away from the crowds to enjoy the falls yourself. Lone Creek Falls and the native plants in the kloof below it has been named a national monument because they are such beautiful natural sights. The Lone Creek Falls entrance fee is R30 per person.

Lisbon Falls

Lisbon Falls

Lisbon Falls might be our favorite waterfall near Graskop because it is big and beautiful. It is 94 m high, making it the highest waterfall in Mpumalanga. During the gold rush, European miners who lived in the area gave it the name of Portugal’s capital city. You can watch it from a showing platform near the parking lot at the top of the falls, or go on a beautiful, not-too-steep hike to the bottom.

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Berlin Falls

Berlin Falls

The Berlin Falls is named after another European capital, like the Lisbon Falls. This is because many European miners came to the area during the late 1800s gold rush. The Berlin Falls are made when the Sabine River falls 45 meters down a cliff face.

When the river entirely flows, the falls look like a candle with a thin wick at the top and a broad base at the bottom. The government has made this waterfall a national monument. From a stage at the top of the falls, it’s easy to see the Berlin Falls. These falls are close to the Lisbon Falls and on the way to the Blyde River Canyon. From Graskop, you can visit them as part of an epic day trip.

Bridal Veil Falls

The Bridal Veil Falls is another one of Sabie’s gems. They are much more delicate than any other waterfalls in the area and got their name because they look like the veil on a bride’s wedding dress.

The water in these falls doesn’t fall all at once. Instead, it drifts over the rocks in a fine spray that kisses them below. It’s a lot of fun to explore the forest path that leads to a pool below the falls, wraps around the base of the cliff, and ends up behind the falls.

Horseshoe Falls

Even though Horseshoe Falls on the Sabie River is not very tall, it is unique because it looks like a horseshoe. This pretty waterfall is close to Sabie and can be reached from a grassy parking lot by a short walk.

Once you get to the falls, you must climb over some rocks to see more. Horseshoe Falls are worth visiting because of their unique shape and beauty. It is a national monument, and since it is close to Lone Creek Falls, we recommend making a half-day trip to see both.

waterfalls in Mpumalanga

Mac Mac Falls Pools

The Mac Mac Pools is a beautiful place to spend a hot summer day in Mpumalanga. They are said to have been named by the Scottish miners who came to the region during the 1870s gold rush.

Even though the Mac Mac Pools are more of a cascade than a waterfall, they made a list because they are one of the best places to visit. Here, the Mac Mac River flows slowly through a series of rock pools, many of which are deep enough to swim in. It then washes onto the coast of Mozambique. The Mac Mac Pools are fun for the whole family.

In addition to taking a refreshing dip in the icy hill water, visitors to the Mac-Mac Pools can enjoy the wonderfully shaded picnic and braai infrastructure close to the pools. At the same time, more active people can hike the 3 km circular Secretary Bird walking trail through the surrounding grassland.