Mpumalanga means 'place of the rising sun' but you know it could so easily have been called 'place of many waterfalls'.
The Panorama Route that we have been on includes an unofficial Waterfall Route.
This area of eastern Mpumalanga has more waterfalls than any other area of South Africa - some small cascades and others dramatic curtains of water.
It is rather unusual to find a "Berlin Falls" and "Lisbon Falls" in the heart of Africa isnt it?
Wow! The 92m high Lisbon Falls is the highest waterfall in the area - and is a magnificent twin fall plunging over a semicircular rockface.
Next stop Forest Falls Nature Walk......the walk is easy going through pine plantation and indigenous forest and wow, another amazing waterfall....Forest Falls
The Bridal Veil Falls are aptly named and long and narrow, tumbling from a great height to appear as a misty veil.
Last but not least.....the Horseshoe Falls. They have a circular appearance, and although not very high, are very unusual in appearance. They have also been declared a National Monument.
We all love waterfalls and we have certainly been treated to a watery feast of a cool cascades today!