The Berlin Falls is a beautiful waterfall in the province of Mpumalanga, an area in the eastern segment of the country that was once part of the Transvaal. These falls tumble down in a single drop for some 80 metres, or about 260 feet, before crashing dramatically into a round basin that is an irresistible jade colour. Seeing the green waters set off by the red cliffs around them is something quite unforgettable and is best enjoyed from the observation platform above. The water comes from the Sabine River, which is popular for the bass fishing opportunities it presents.

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