TRIPPING TO THE FALLS

At about a 90m drop, the Glen Avon Falls are renowned for being the highest waterfall on private land. The kloof you pass through to reach the falls is also a natural heritage site. The pool at the base of the falls is icy even in the hottest season, but the dash to the 'whale' in the middle is a must!  You can hike, self-drive your 4x4 or book a bakkie ride up to the falls to enjoy this spectacular sight. A perfect place to tune out of your device and tune in to nature and the people you're with. A per person entrance fee applies. We're happy to take you on the bakkie for 2 people or more at R120pp.  

The trip begins with a 3km gravel road drive to the gate at the entrance to the kloof. Then its a contoured drive along a rocky and impassable-when-wet farm track to the parking spot. Gather your picnic bits and cozzies and head down to the  Naude River. Upon reaching the Big Boulder (where there are lovely flat picnic rocks to enjoy) you then work your way up the river to the pool at the base of the falls. It's a moderate walk for the adventurous at heart!