Our second visit, and it remains as beautiful as ever. As a group of four, we booked the guest house which overlooks the canyon - spectacular. It is opposite the restaurant which is fairly good; buffet only so not so good if you only want a light meal but good value if you are hungry as it is a set price. A lovely area to be based in; we've tended to use it as a stop on the way to the Kruger, but it would be well worth staying longer as there is a lot to explore.
Claire Beckmann, England
31 October 2014
Everything was perfect. Quiet and clean and well maintained. Could eat both indoors and outdoors. Enjoyed wide outdoor pool and trampoline with my children.
Young Soo Kim, South Africa
31 January 2014
Really enjoyed my stay. Accommodation was very tidy and clean, although the shower door was broken and water pressure very weak. Had frequent power failures one evening. Hiking trails were very well set out, and catered for all fitness levels and ages. I did them all twice, because I enjoyed it so much. Views are just simply stunning. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Swimming pool and other fascilities were very well maintained. Shop was also well stocked and had very reasonable prices. Overall Forever Resort Blyde Canyon is an excellent place to enjoy for everyone in the family of all ages.
Jaco De Vos, South Africa
18 November 2013
The staff are amazing - one man (Frank) voluntarily helped us change our tyre and took it away to fix, returning it the next day.
The chalets are great, resort peaceful, stars amazing, hikes spectacular, views out of this world, but our stay was too short!! Thanks so much.
Graham du Plessis, United Kingdom
11 September 2013
Excellent quality standard resort - clean and neat and really nice grounds and pool area. Completely recommend for a quiet stay in the country with a spectacular view of the canyon.
Staff very friendly.
Take vegetables and all the food you need along as the shop has a very limited stock of edibles.
Keep door to chalet closed at all times - the baboons brazenly sneak in behind your back and grab what they can.
James Laubscher, South Africa
10 June 2013