Afrique du Sud : du parc Kruger au cap de Bonne-Espérance
Nous prenons la route depuis Johannesburg en direction du parc national sud-africain de Mapungubwe. Ce vaste espace naturel se trouve à cheval sur les frontières de l’Afrique du Sud, du Zimbabwe et du Botswana, au confluent des fleuves Limpopo et
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Africa is a diverse and intoxicating continent from its southern tip in Cape Town to the northern deserts and ancient histories of Egypt and Morocco. Whether we follow the Zambezi from its source in Zambia through Angola, along the border of Namibia, Botswana, and Zimbabwe to Mozambique, where it empties into the Indian Ocean or …
SOUTH AFRICA THE BEAUTIFUL Panorama Waterfalls The Sabie Falls (South of Graskop ) - A short walk brings you to a viewpoint where the waterfall plunges 35 metres (115 ft) down the Sabie Gorge. The foundations of an old hydro-electric plant - from where Sabie obtained its electric power in 1907 - can still be seen at the bottom of the falls.
Lone Creek Falls - Sabie: One of the well known landmarks of the area, 9 km from Sabie on the old Lydenburg tarred road. A nominal entrance fee is charged at the boom gate.� A short (200m) walk through an indigenous forest takes you to the bottom of the falls. This page contains a photo and a description of the Lone Creek Falls near Sabie.
Natural Rock Pools in South Africa That Will Change Your Life!
The Mac Mac natural pool, Mac Mac River, Mpumalanga The name is Scottish, but so is the landscape. Would you believe it is in South Africa? The pools are located in a grassy valley with pine trees in the background – perfect for a picnic! The Mac Mac Falls belong to a cluster of divine waterfalls in Mpumlanga’s Sabie area, on the stunningly scenic Panorama Route. Its twin falls plunge dramatically 70km into the gorge below.