Hogsback

Madonna and Child Falls

Nature Reserves / Sight Seeing / Walks & Hiking in or near Hogsback, Amatola in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

Things To Do in HogsbackMadonna and Child Falls

Nature Reserves Sight Seeing Walks & Hiking Amatola

Where? Walk from Wolf Ridge Road, Hogsback, Eastern Cape

When? Daylight hours.

How much? Free

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Hogsback, in Eastern Cape

Once you’ve tilted your head slightly and tapped into your imagination station, the shape of a mother and child will finally come to sight when looking at this popular formation of bed rock and waterfalls.

You can get to Madonna and Child Falls in Hogsback by either starting at Wolf Ridge Road or alternatively you can take a slightly longer route, starting from the Main Road just next to where the 800 year old Big Tree stands. The blissful walk through the untouched forest will lead you down a steep descent about 150 meters long. There are stairs and railings along this route to ensure your safety.

Once you’ve reached the waterfall and taken in its perfection, you can relax in the plunge pool beneath the waterfall. If you are up for a bit more adventure then why not continue along one of the many other paths that will lead you deeper into the forest filled with small animals and birds.

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