Graskop is a small forestry town perched on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment, centrally situated in the Panorama tourist region of Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Graskop is only a few minutes drive from a number of scenic wonders such as God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and the world renown Blyde River Canyon and Three Rondawels, as well as spectacular waterfalls such as Lisbon Falls, Berlyn Falls and Mac Mac Falls.
The historic mining town of Pilgrim’s Rest as well as the quaint forestry town of Sabie are a mere ½ hour’s drive away, with the Lowveld and the Kruger National Park less than an hours drive to the east.
Graskop, at an altitude of 1,400 m above sea level, has a temperate climate with a high rainfall and is often misty in the summer months. Graskop is a popular tourist destination and is renown for it’s pancake bars and curio shops.