About Black Eagle Guesthouse
Black Eagle Guesthouse is a lovely self-catering unit situated in Graskop, a small town on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment. It is the ideal base from which to explore all the sight-seeing venues in Mpumalanga including the Kruger National Park, Pilgrims Rest and the Blyde River Canyon.
The unit consists of one bedroom, a private bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, an open-plan living area with two single beds and a patio with seating. The TV in the lounge area has full DStv and there is safe parking on the property.
The natural wonders of Graskop are one of the most photographed and painted scenes in South Africa. Situated in the magnificent Mpumalanga Province, Graskop is ideally located in the heart of the tourism region and is the gateway to the Panorama Route.
With the ever growing amount of activities, Graskop will keep you busy from day to day. Some of the activities include fantastic golf courses, hiking trails, 4x4 trails, horse riding, quad biking and motorbike tours.
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Things to do in and around Graskop
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The Three Rondawels are also known as 'The Chief and his Three Wives'. The flat-topped peak to the right is named Mapjaneng - the 'Chief', whilst the three wives are named Maseroto, Mogoladikwe, and Magabolle. Towering in isolated and massive...
(8 km from Graskop)
At 92 m, the Lisbon Falls are the highest in Mpumalanga. The river separates into three streams as it plunges into the pool below. These falls are located near God's Window and just north of Graskop.
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Visit an active silk farm and be amazed by the silk making process at this unique African development venture. After taking an interesting tour, you can spoil yourself purchasing silk clothing, silk-filled duvets or even silk skincare...
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This is the spot where everyone takes their shots. Serious shutterbugs will be reaching for their polarising filters and best wide angle lens. Choose a clear day and you can see all the way to the Kruger National Park and Mozambique. Glance towards...