Valley of Desolation, South Africa
Valley of Desolation Loch, Lake, Waterfall in Graaff-Reinet, Eastern Cape, South Africa
The Valley of Desolation
Situated in the Eastern Cape this geological phenomenon of sheer cliff face, columns of dolerite that teeter precariously 120 metres above the valley
A famous landmark and definitely worth seeing. The sheer cliff face is a geological phenomenon that is situated in the Camdeboo National Park. This 19 500 reserve surrounds the more than 200 year-old town of Graaff-Reinet.
The Valley of Desolation is the product of volcanic and erosive forces of nature over 100 million years. The Valley was declared a Scenic National Monument in 1935.
The columns of Dolerite rise 120 meters from the valley floor and in the distance the Karoo landscape stretches to the horizon.
The endless space has rendered many tourists speechless. It is a mecca for hikers, photographers and students of flora and fauna.
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Valley of Desolation
Loch, Lake, Waterfall
Eastern Cape, South Africa