Set atop the escarpment, the arty little town of Graskop is known for its friendly vibe and village atmosphere. From Mozambican prawns to cottages reminiscent of the gold-rush era and from unique African collectables to pubs where stories are spun late into the night, the pioneering spirit of the region is tangible at every turn. In winter, the village is frequently shrouded in mist, while in summer the plateau offers views of scenic valleys and dramatic waterfalls plunging hundreds of metres over the escarpment.
God’s Window really is the end of the world in the film The Gods Must be Crazy.
Graskop Information: +27 (0)13 767 1833