The plateau of Folois nestles at the southwest foot of Mount Erymanthus, in Hleia. Its name derived from mythology and the king of the Centaurs, Follo, friend of Hercules. Folois forest, with the unrivaled natural beauty, is one of the largest oak forests in Europe.
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Rafting in Blyde River Canyon, Lower Section Blyde River Nature Reserve, Limpopo South Africa
Taking its name after the Dutch, meaning “Happy River”, Blyde River is South Africa’s national treasure, permeated between high cliffs and vast vegetation. It is the third biggest canyon and the largest vegetated canyon in the world, offering a stunning white water rafting experience. The lower section of the canyon is more of an introduction to white water rafting with more laid back rafting.
The difficulty level here is easy with rapids mostly between 1-2 however in some cases it can get to grade 3. The lower Blyde river offers a breathtaking scenery and an amazing bird life. The paddling distance to be covered here is between 3-6 km/1.9-3.7 mi and lasts between 1-2 hours. Age restriction here is minimum 10 years-old and minimum of 4 persons per booking.
How to Get to Destination
Limpompo has a number of train stations and arrival and entirely depends on your designated destination.
If you are interested in trying out this amazing sport in this spot press the request button so as to give you more information and prices.
This 2-3 hour adventure is the most popular adventure activity where you can experience the best that Tsitsikamma offers! If you are keen to explore deeper into the Storms River Gorge, and experience the deep, long, quiet pools with ancient forests and deep caves then the kayak and lilo trip is for you!