The Tugela Falls, the second tallest waterfall in the world located at the Royal Natal National Park in the Kwazulu Natal provice (State) in South Africa. It is a fifty foot wide, five tiered waterfall fed by the Tugela River that begins at 3,110 feet with the tallest single drop of its’ five tiers measuring in at 1,350 feet.  Hiking trails in this area pass through some spectacular sights.....

Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world times higher than Niagara Falls), in the Canaima National Park along the Venezuela/Brazil border. Reminds me of Paradise Falls in UP :)

Sani Pass is the mountain path from the Drakensburg in South Africa into Lesotho. BelAfrique your personal travel planner -

Sani Pass is the mountain path from the Drakensburg in South Africa into Lesotho Photo by Jade

The Whale Trail (hiking), South Africa: If you like long walks on the beach, South Africa's 34-mile Whale Trail is sure to be the beach. The first half, which starts in the Potberg mountains of the De Hoop Nature Reserve, winds east down the verdant green hillsides toward the water; all along the way, trekkers gaze down on the turquoise rock pools & craggy cliff formations that make up this stretch of Indian Ocean coast.

South Africa's Whale Trail passes secluded, sandy beaches, tide pools, and sea caves, and has plenty of vantage points for observing the star attraction—the abundant southern right whales that populate these waters between June and December.

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SA Hiking Trails - Magoebas Kloof Forest, Limpopo, South Africa

SA Hiking Trails - Magoebas Kloof Forest, Limpopo, South Africa, hiked this trail many years ago - amazing!

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A perfect activity to do in colder weather: Hiking amazing places - Mnweni, Drakensburg, South Africa

Top 10 Hiking Trails in the World -- Blyde River Canyon, South Africa

Blyde River Canyon, South Africa Top 15 Canyons in the World

SA Hiking Trails - Camelroc Trail, Free State, South Africa

SA Hiking Trails - Camelroc Trail, Free State, South Africa

Boesmanskloof McGregor | Eagle's Nest Accommodation | Onverwacht Flora Accommodation | McGregor Greyton Hiking Trail | Boesmanskloof Hiking Trail | McGregor Farm Accommodation

Boesmanskloof - McGregor Accommodation - Eagle's Nest House and Onverwacht Cottages Accommodation are situated in the Riviersonderend mountains on the cliffs at the popular Greyton McGregor Hiking Trail

Lion's Head

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View on Table mountain from the Lions Head, Cape Town, South Africa Photo by - Lars Schöning

Incorporating the third largest canyon in the world and impressive lush scenery, Blyde River Canyon Reserve offers visitors a remarkable experience. This Mpumalanga Nature Reserve, South Africa is near Kruger National Park and covers 29 000 hectares stretching from the misty highlands down to the hotter and drier lowveld at the Blyde Dam.  Several hiking trails meander through the reserve and cater for all ages and levels of fitness. White water rafting and fly fishing available.

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