Solomon’s Wall is rather amazing natural phenomenon, situated in the Tuli Block, is a 30-metre-high basalt dyke that once formed a steep-sided natural dam wall across the Motloutse River. A full ten metres wide, this ancient dyke once held back a great lake, with waterfalls spilling over the dyke.

Evidence of this great lake are the numerous semi-precious stones (e.g. quartz and agate) found along the Motloutse riverbed. Tall fever trees line the natural beach, making for a shady picnic site. Solomon’s Wall can only be reached with a four-wheel drive vehicle.

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