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The Debengeni Waterfall was named by the Pedi Tribe, this name translates into “Place of the Big Pot” this bears reference to the big pool of water at the base of this beautiful waterfall. The plunge basin of the waterfall is a popular swimming spot for locals, hikers and tourists alike. The water is cool and refreshing during the summer months but a tad chilly during winter where only the brave or foolhardy will attempt to swim.
The Debengeni Fall is easily accessible from the Woodbush Forest Station just off the R71. Be prepared to travel on a dirt road for about 3km. Once at the Waterfall, visitors should note that the rocks are slippery and are cautioned as there are no lifeguards posted at the site.