Camping in Mpumalanga, Graskop

Where to camp in Mpumalanga, Graskop

Camping in Mpumalanga, Graskop  with a spectacular view over the Gorge!  This little gem is nestled just 2km from Graskop in Mpumalanga! With spectacular panoramic views over the Gorge, you will want to stay for more than a weekend.  Not only do the chalets and some campsites overlook this spectacular gorge, the swimming pool appears to hang off the edge!  In addition, is a lovely restaurant only a few steps away from the pool where you can indulge your taste buds.  This little gem is Panorama Chalets and Rest Camp!

 Chalets & Camping in Mpumalanga, Graskop

The chalets overlook the pool and spectacular gorge only a short distance from the reception and restaurant.  Located a short distance from the restaurant is the 21 lush campsites shaded between beautiful trees.  Each grassed site is equipped with a half drum braai as well as electrical plug points, a tap and dustbins. Close by is the clean ablution facilities for both men and women.

If the weather conditions change, don’t let the rain put a damper on your braai time!  An undercover communal braai area is at your disposal.  With enough built in braai’s, counter top space and a wash up area, there is room for everyone.

With all your camping needs taken care of, unwind, relax and enjoy the spectacular views by the pool overlooking the Graskop Gorge!!

A Little Kiosk

Running short on supplies? No need to head to the nearest shop.  Reception has a great little kiosk selling braai wood, ice and even rusks for your morning coffee.  Included are cold drinks, snacks and ice cream for the kids!

If you’re heading to the Mpumalanga area for a little time away, get to Panorama Chalets and Rest Camp and enjoy the spectacular views by the pool overlooking the Graskop Gorge!  You are guaranteed to keep coming back!


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Things To Do

Graskop in Mpumalanga offers a wide range of activities.

Travel on the R532 about 35km north of Graskop

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a small entrance fee will get you in.
Refreshments and food can be bought at the restaurant close to the curio stalls.

Wondering about the strange name?  It comes from a gold digger, Tom Burke, who staked a nearby claim.

As one of the major tourist attractions in South Africa, a visit is a must.
The potholes are beautiful rock formations that have been extensively eroded by water over time resulting in these beautiful rock sculptures.  Various bridges above the rocks allow for beautiful view points and great photographs.

Travel on the R534 in Graskop to reach God’s Window

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water to keep hydrated in the hot sun of the summer months.
A series of stairs will lead you to the top at an altitude of 6000 feet.  The walk is worth the beautiful panoramic view over the lowveld, 900m below.


Spend a day visiting the Kruger National Park.  A 50km drive from Graskop will take you to Phabeni Gate.

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For the more adventurous enjoy the big swing, zip line and suspension bridge.

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