The other day I did a blog post of the hike we did on the Lookout Rock / Tiger Falls route in the northern Drakensberg. The Tiger Falls are one of the main waterfalls in the Royal Natal National Park and is visible from the Mahai campsite as it makes its was down the mountain. The hike took us past the big section of the waterfall roughly in the middle of the picture above.
We did the hike before all the rain hit the berg so it wasn't in full force when we stopped by, but it was still a very beautiful sight. I'm not sure where the Tiger Falls got its name as there isn't any tigers in South Africa. My thought is that it may refer to leopard as the people referred to them as tigers in the early days.
I was able, after a lot of slipping and sliding, to climb up behind the waterfall and get the shot above looking through it.