Your second stop along the Panorama Route will blow your mind with an interesting geological attraction named Bourke’s Luck Potholes. This attraction is a natural phenomenon that occurred through swirls and whirlpools of water that carved and eroded the red, yellowish rock, forming gigantic water-filled holes, creating a beautiful contrast. Bourke’s Luck Potholes are also the location where two rivers meet, namely the Blyde River (river of joy) and the Treur River (river of sorrow).
At the attraction you will be able to walk along the arched-bridges, looking down into the potholes/whirlpools. It is both a visual and audible experience worth remembering.