South Africa Mpumalanga Panorama Route Slide
The Blyde River Canyon is a 26 km long, up to 800 meters deep and mainly of red sandstone existing Canyon. It is located in the northern part of the Drakensberg on the Panorama Route north-east of Johannesburg and is considered as one of the great natural wonders of Africa.
A frequent visited point of the canyon by tourists, are the three rondavels, huge, round rocks which is shaped like African huts. Much visited because its outlook is also God's Window.