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Yip, the road is a long gravel road to the falls. Luckily it was in fair condition when I drove it. Take a slow drive, enjoy the scenery to the falls,
Parking close to the falls with a short and easy walk to the falls...More
Nice drive out to the falls, though the road is in poor condition and would be hard to travel in a normal vehicle. The owners of the establishment are putting in a lot of effort to make the visit good. Always nice to take the...More
The road is bumpy for sure, but the falls are worth the aggravation. Sturdy footwear is important here as the paths into and at the falls are much less flat and finished than Lone Creek, for instance. The lower horseshoe falls are more modest than...More
The road to the falls is on a long dirt road that is not in the best condition but once you get there it is worth the visit. Be sure to walk all the way to the end of the falls and not mistake a...More
Here we get two sides of the story.The one is the road to this waterfall is bad and full of potholes.Must be patient but at the end of the day it is worthwhile .The falls is
unbelievable and really the time spend to go there...More
There was a long and slow drive on a potholed dirt road but when we arrived at the place and after paying a small entrance fee, we realized it was well worth it. The walk to the falls is very pretty and a little bit...More
We visited all of the falls in and around Sabie they are all worthy seeing - just be aware that the entry fee is no longer per car but per person. This has annoyed a number of visitors who have publically complained.
We were on our way to God's window but decided to check out one or two falls. It was my first time to visit this one despite the fact that I am a local person. The drive to get to it can be very discouraging...More