Blyde Canyon Safaris, together with the Moletele community, offer scenic boat trips on the Blyderivierspoort Dam in the Blyde River Canyon.
It is a place of pure untouched beauty and is best seen and experienced from the water on our comfortable, 20-seater pontoon boat. You will be guided and accompanied by our experienced skipper who is a born and bred “Hoedspruiter” with a wealth of knowledge and passion for the canyon.
“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than those you did. So throw off the bowlines.”
The Blyde Canyon is the third largest canyon in the world and the largest green canyon in the world. You will see the rare hidden tufa waterfall as we near the end of the Blyde Dam.
A perfect stop from your Kruger National Park safari to complete your African journey and capture, for the avid photographer, some breathtaking scenery photos and many bird species.
We have a few scarce birds seen: African Finfoot, Southern Bald Ibis, African Crowned Eagle and the Narina Trogon bird.
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Blyde Canyon Safaris offers you the opportunity to see the famous Three Rondavels and the Blyde River Canyon from the angle it is supposed to be seen: while you’re on the water, at the base of the towering mountains that form these breathtaking views.
The Limpopo Province has proved to be one of the most exciting birding destinations in Southern Africa. If you are an enthusiastic birdwatcher, the Blyde River Canyon offers exciting discoveries as due to its relatively unexplored habitats.
The Blyde River Canyon is the largest green canyon in the world, thus making it one of the most visited attractions in South Africa and definitely on the list of activities to do in Mpumalanga.
In Mpumalanga, there are tons of waterfalls, which are worth visiting like the Horseshoe Falls, the Lone Creek Falls, the Mac-Mac Falls, the Lisbon Falls and the Berlin Falls.
The Genesis of Life is located on the Makhonjwa Mountains, South of Barberton. The area has some of the oldest volcanic pieces on the earth with evidence such as Bacteria Microfossils.