The Three Rondavels view point are at the beginning (or end) of the spectacular Blyde River Canyon drive on Mpumalanga's Panorama Route. Shaped like traditional African beehive huts, the Three Rondavels form three huge pinnacles of rock rising above the canyon below. Once known as the Three Sisters, these geological formations are one of the many natural highlights along Mpumalanga's Panorama Route.When you stand on the viewpoint, 1 380m above sea level with the Blyde River Canyon below, you'll still be looking up at those three distinctive peaks which tower 700m above the surrounding countryside. Be surefooted at the viewpoint, especially as there's no rail. Expect spectacular African sunsets if you're there as the sun goes down.