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Q9143XNchristinev
Middelburg, South Africa6 contributions
Family
Our family visited God’S Window after many years. The scenery is still beyond spectacular, but why do you allow tourists to put face masks, arm band, hair bands on the fences?? This DOES NOT BELONG. It spoils the view and the natural beauty of the area.
Written 10 July 2022
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elizarenn
Chattanooga, TN394 contributions
Couples
If you have to skip something on the Panorama Route, this might be the stop so you can spend more time viewing the falls or the canyon. The vistas are lovely, but besides the surrounding tree farms, there’s not much else of interest. When there are flowers in bloom, you can see a little bit of color popping through the scenery; otherwise you might be underwhelmed. There are a lot of stairs, so be prepared.
Written 21 June 2022
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Sammy M
Nairobi, Kenya241 contributions
A lovely walk. This is a stunning sweeping landscape of the Blyde Canyon.
Please remember to come with a small padlock. You will thank me when you get there :-)
Written 29 May 2022
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zorabeekhan59
Durban, South Africa282 contributions
Family
Ive returned to this beautiful area after 25 years..like our democracy after 27 years this place has been left to become derelict and really unsafe. Covid or not our national heritage sites should have been protected, its upkeep prioritized and kept preserved and ready for when tourism opened again.
So unsafe, fences very unstable, old litchen makes stairways and pathways most unsafe.
Not reccomended for old, handicapped and children ABSOLUTELY NOT!!
Written 10 May 2022
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Danie
Marloth Park, South Africa6 contributions
Couples
Excellent view.
Sorry about the upkeep if the facility, poorly maintained and managed.
Enjoyed the views at different look out points.
Written 23 April 2022
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Leslé
Johannesburg, South Africa6 contributions
Solo
The natural environment is absolutely spectacular and we are so blessed to behold such splendor. The entrance fee is a bit steep but also because the area is not well maintained. Sadly, despite the number of dustbins and notices not to litter, the first thing one notices is all the filth.
Written 1 April 2022
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Vicky de Jager
Pretoria, South Africa465 contributions
Remember your sun block on a nice summer day. This was one of the only places that was busy before the holiday rush.

Try to go on the day where the sky is the clearest.

Be ready for a lot of steps to the rain forest.

The rain forest is nice and cool and it actually rained bit that day.

The view is wort it.
Written 7 February 2022
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johan
3126401 contribution
Family
Busy not very covid friendly, zero parking had to stop next to the road, google pricing is not accurate, but yet responsible.
R25 per adult
R15 per child
Written 26 December 2021
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GeneralShamu
New York City, NY848 contributions
Came here twice given the first day it was very foggy and you couldn’t see anything. Make sure you do both the viewing point and the Rainforest Trail (ten minute walk). The viewing points here (three or four) are all phenomenal when it’s clear and sunny. Can be done in 30-60 minutes in total.
Written 11 December 2021
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NomadicTrix
Krugersdorp, South Africa46 contributions
Friends
The view from this site is spectacular and the rainforest is fascinating. However, we were disgusted by the litter and people's discarded COVID face masks lying everywhere and hanging from the trees 😔.
Seeing as this is a paid attraction that international tourists are encouraged to visit, we were deeply disappointed and would not recommend it to anyone - we left feeling grossed out.
Written 14 November 2021
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