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Bergville & the Northern Drakensberg

Best known of all the Berg sectors is arguably the northernmost Royal Natal National Park and adjacent summit area, its regal prefix bestowed after the 1947 visit of Britain's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Blessed with some of the most spectacular scenery in all of Africa, Royal Natal's backdrop is the world-famous, much photographed and painted Amphitheatre - a crescent of 1 000m sheer basalt cliffs in the Northern Drakensberg. This massive wall stretches 4 kilometres between the Sentinel...

East Griqualand

Griqua, Kokstad, Matatiele, Swartberg and Mount Currie are some of the terms associated with this fascinating gateway region to the province of KwaZulu-Natal or the Zulu Kingdom. East Griqualand - wide, open spaces and lofty peaks urge the resourceful traveller to 'go where no visitor has gone before' - it's still that kind of place!

Himeville, Underberg & the Southern Drakensberg

The twin villages of Himeville and Underberg lead to Sani Pass, and is the southernmost sector of the World Heritage Site, the, Mzimkhulu Wilderness Area. Here in the Southern Drakensberg the basalt rock-faces are not as high as further north, but the escarpment buttresses and peaks are exaggerated by low-lying valleys between them. Most prominent of these peaks in the Southern Drakensberg are The Rhino - a relatively easy walk but also offering several challenging rock climbs...


A delightful town on the Mzimkhulu River, Umzimkhulu offers insights into the pleasures of the area.

Winterton & the Central Drakensberg

Approaching the Central Drakensberg sees Estcourt and Mooi River added to the list of access towns each with its own character, charm and local attractions. The gateway to the Central Drakensberg is the little town of Winterton. Essentially a farming town, Winterton is filled with churches, B&Bs, plane trees and tiny shops.