|The rugged edge of the Umtamvuna River gorge|
We first found our way into the stream bed and then down to the top edge of the waterfall where we enjoyed the stunning view across the gorge towards the Eastern Cape.
|Climbing down to the waterfall|
|View from the top of the waterfall|
There was a Robsonodendron ecleiforme in flower and not far away there was a Schefflera umbeliffera with inflorescence buds within reach.
We came across a rather unusual colour of an undescribed Wahlenbergia, which we collected for our herbarium in the hopes that someone will work on this group soon.
|Ypsilopus erectus - the brown in the background is the Umtamvuna River some 350 metres below|
On the way back we found a solitary Disa tripetaloides at the edge of the stream.