Berlin Falls in located near Graskop and God’s Window, as well as the highest waterfall in Mpumalanga, Lisbon Falls. Berlin Falls forms part of the Blyde River Canyon on the Panorama Route.
The Berlin Falls drops from a sheer cliff edge about 80 meters into a large circular basin poo, flanked by sheer red cliffs.
Where did Berlin Falls get its name from?
Berlin Falls gets its name from miners who ventured to South Africa from Europe during the gold rush, and named each waterfall in the region after their home towns, or places from their home countries.
Things to do at Berlin Falls:
- Explore the area by foot
- Have a picnic
- Have a dip in the pool under the waterfall
- Admire the local bird life which the area is famous for.