Natural Rock Bridge in Graskop, Mpumalanga
Bond with nature amidst the emerald green undergrowth and sounds of babbling water.
A short 2.3 km drive south of Graskop on the R532 which runs between Sabie and Pilgrim's Rest will take you to a natural bridge formed by the Mac Mac river carving its way under the rocks in this area.
The Voortrekkers, and later on the transport riders, used this bridge to cross the Mac Mac river more than a century ago.
Visitors should park at the curio stalls then follow the short footpath down into the small gorge.
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