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Lost Valley

(036) 3541938

Natural hot springs believed to have healing power.

Luiperd Kloof Troutlodge

Voor Street, Utrecht, 2980

(034) 331 4598


Magistrate's Court

57 Voor Street, Utrecht, 2980

Officially opened in 1908, this is the only building in South Africa which bears the royal crest of Edward VII.

Main Caves, Giants Castle

Giants Castle Game Reserve

Giant's castle is part of the Drakensberg Park.It is situated on the grassy plateaux andthe deep valleys below the sheer face of the high Drakensberg.The reserve was established in 1903 and is 34 638 ha in extent. most o...

Mangeni Falls

Close to Mangeni between Kranskop and Vryheid, the falls were named after a story about a woman who was thrown down that mountain as punishment for her wrong-doing. Her leather skirt suspended her in the air and as a res...

Mangeni Falls, Nqutu

Hlazakazi, Nqutu, , 3135

(034) 642 1687

A day before the battle of Isandlwana on 22 January 1879, Lord Chelmsford despatched Colonel Dartnell with a mixed force to scout the ground to the south-east of the Isandlwana camp. They bivouacked in the Mangeni River ...

Mangosuthu Arts&Crafts Village

No. 1 Voors Street, Utrecht

(034) 3313613/3314440/082

Traditional Zulu huts with arts and crafts as well e.g. sewing, pottery and leather bags in the shop to sell.Opening times Monday – Friday 8h00 - 16h00, Saturday and Sunday9h00 - 16h00.

Mangosuthu Craft Village

34 Voor Street, Utrecht, 2980

Mangosuthu crafts is an association of crafters, most of whom work at the Mangosuthu Craft Village. With their Zulu flair for indigenous arts, these crafters are producing fine hand-crafted items in terracotta pottery, c...

Marble Obelisk

Murchison Street, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 637 2992

The Monument is reminiscent of a sentry on duty.It lists the names of the 18th Huzzars who died during the war, 1899-1902.

Maria Ratschitz Mission, Wasbank Area

Wasbank, 2920

(034) 212 2121 EXT. 262

The buildings of thismission station, built by Trappist Monks in 1886,stand proudly at the base of the Hlatikhulu Mountains. It was named in honour of a Czechoslovakian girl, Maria. It has recently been renovated.