Panorama Route ~ Kruger NP to Johannesburg

Saturday January 24th ~ Just a beautiful drive along the Panorama Route

Along the Panorama Route

Along the Panorama Route

We knew that the majority of our time would be on the bus today, but what we did not know, was just how beautiful the scenery would be. With well planned stops along the way, the time passed by nicely.

Here is a map that shows the route from our overnight city of Hazyview, just outside the boundary of Kruger National Park. 

Map of Panorama Route

Map of Panorama Route

God’s Window

God's Window

God’s Window

Vervet Monkey - why are these little guys so darn cute?

Vervet Monkey – why are these little guys so darn cute?

Bourke’s Luck Potholes

Bourke's Potholes

Bourke’s Luck Potholes

The falls at Bourk's

The falls at Bourke’s

Three Rondavels

At Three Rondavels

At Three Rondavels

Tim and Joanne admiring the gorgeous view

Tim and Joanne admiring the gorgeous view

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Another flower that I don’t know the name of

The clouds were so pretty today

The clouds were so pretty today

Arriving in Johannesburg

This was not a sight we expected

This was not a sight we expected.

Gratitude Moment: Today I am grateful for the magnificent scenery we witnessed along our drive.

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our "next chapter". At a stage in life where traveling the world, taking pictures, and sharing our adventures with friends and family will be our dream come true.
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10 Responses to Panorama Route ~ Kruger NP to Johannesburg

  1. srmodels says:

    Fantastic photography! A place we’d love to visit 🙂

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  2. Sandhya says:

    Tim and Joanne,
    Your blog is simply awesome with great photos too! I am nominating your blog for the One Lovely Blog award.

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  3. Aunt Beulah says:

    I just returned from two weeks in Cozumel, Mexico, where I took a bit of break from my computer, so I’ve enjoyed catching up with your trip this morning. What adventuresome and appreciative travelers the two of you are. It’s a pleasure to travel with you.

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  4. Your pictures are absolutely fantastic and you have an incredible talent for photography! We were on the trip with you and you certainly captured the beauty of South Africa! It was a pleasure meeting you both.
    Charleen and Ed Dowling

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    • Hello Charleen and Ed! How nice to hear from you. Wasn’t that a wonderful trip! Tim and I flew back into Los Angeles yesterday. I have a couple of weeks left to write about our time in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana to get all caught up. Thanks so much for checking out our blog.

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  5. Dr. Y. says:

    I really like the pictures of the vervet monkey (he seems to be in deep thinking), the Bourke’s luck holes (resembling some place in the southwest of the US, but with the added intricate holes and water), the unknown flower, and God’s window. Thanks for sharing.

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