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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

Nature at it's best! Tranquil, breath taking and amazing. Visit this site verytime im around. A must see!

Thank janese2016
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Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

What I loved about this place is the unique and different type of scenery, and that there aren’t many railings that gets into the pictures

Thank cleochenxt
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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

If you were curious about how water is naturally filtered I suggest you visit the potholes..a filtering system righ before your eyes.

Thank Thabo N
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Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

A must see! You have to pay an entrance fee per person, but I think that the money is well put into use because the pathways are well kept and accessible even for wheel chairs and strollers. There is a beautiful bridge, a great view for the water cut canyons.

A “ photo Frame” labelled Bourkes Luck is also available for you to take pictures.

One can get your feet wet in the babbling brooks and little puddles before the water fall. The water is freezing though but there is even little fish. Just be careful because the rocks are rather slippery.

One disappointment is that this place does not have a half decent eatery. There is a small time café with atrocious food. For such a well know tourist destination, I thought there would be better refreshment places.

There are little souvenir shops but ofcourse, ridiculously overpriced. don’t dismay though, taking a picture with the gigantic photo frame makes for a pretty cool souvenir.
 

Thank KerinLisaN
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Reviewed 23 May 2018

breath taking views, great place to be and a good exercise. I would like to re-visit the place again. The staff are also friendly.

Thank Virginia M
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