Dinjtie Falls

Dintjie Falls. Blyde River Canyon. Panorama Route, Mpumalanga. South Africa.
April 2012.

Peace Corps Volunteer Jillian Corley takes a break on the precipice of Dintjie Falls. The sandstone rock formations of the Blyde River Canyon – the world’s third largest – are primed for spectacular inverse topography, marked by gorges, potholes, and cascades.

Fourth in a series on the Panorama Route – named for its breathtaking vistas – around Graskop, Mpumalanga, near South Africa’s border with Swaziland.

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