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Blyde River Canyon

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The Blyde River Canyon is a famous site with tourist visiting the Kruger National Park and its surroundings.

Get in

It is situated along the Panorama Route and easily accessible from the west of the Kruger National Park and the towns of Sabie and Nelspruit.

Get around


The canyon itself.



Many locals sell artwork here, for example the famous wooden giraffes. Prices are higher at more frequented sites and lower at spots off the main stream. I love the knobbly paper made from elephant dung. In Graskop on a side street just behind a bank (FNB) is the shop of the wildlife artist who sells lovely prints of animals and birds. From postcards to calendars.




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