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                                                                     NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

The Royal Natal National Park


Royal Natal National Park has some of the best mountain scenery in Africa. The main feature is the world famous Amphitheater, a rock wall approximately that is approximately five km in length, and approximately 500m high. On top of the amphitheater is the Mont-aux-Sources peak where the Orange river begins its long journey to the Atlantic ocean and Tugela river cascades down the face of the amphitheater, in the second highest waterfall in the world, on its way to the Indian ocean.
Hiking is by far the most popular activity at Royal Natal National Park. Comprehensive hiking guide's are available for purchase at the Visitor Centre, Thendele camp office and at the main entrance gate. The brochure shows a map of the park and the network of hiking trails which visit every part of the park from the leisurely walk to Fairy Glen to the challenging hike up the Crack and down the Mudslide.
Trout fishing at Royal Natal National Park can be done in a dam in the park and in the Mahai and Thukela rivers. Picnicking and swimming in the fresh mountain streams are a popular summer pastime

All Out Adventures

All Out Adventures is a one of a kind Adventure Centre situated in KZN in the unspoilt Northern Berg. They are centrally located to all of the Northern Berg Resorts only 4 km from Hlalanathi. 

Drakensberg Trails

Based at All Out Adventures, Drakensberg Trails offers over 100km of exclusive single track in the heart of the spectacular Northern Drakensberg Mountains. We bet you have never had a view of the majestic Amphitheatre, like the one from our trails!

Horse Riding

The Northern Horse offers people from all over the world the opportunity to explore the pristine Northern Drakensberg Valley on the backs of happy, strong mountain horses and ponies.

Helicopter Flips

Westline Aviation offers A helicopter flying experience is guaranteed to leave you feeling sky-high, so take an exhilarating flight amongst the soaring peaks of the Drakensberg or the magnificent countryside of the Northern KZN.

Forest Retreat Spa

The Forest Retreat nestles in the canopy of The Cavern’s indigenous Fern Forest. Enjoy relaxing treatments with the peaceful sound of the Putterill’s Stream cascading below.

Kilburn Private Game Farm

A secret piece of nature that provides untouched landscapes and absolute tranquility; be it the sunset over the majestic Northern Drakensberg or the unique sound of the African bush.

Drakensberg Power Station

Take a mind blowing tour of how electricity is made.

Sterkfontein Dam & Nature Reserve

18 000HA of unspoilt land. The terrain varies from veld to forest to kloof. Wildlife is not  prominent but there are several antelopes to be spotted. Visitors can also enjoy water sports  activities such as  fishing and canoeing.  A Fishermans Paradise!

Spionkop Nature Reserve

Visitors can view panoramas that stretch from hot valley bushveld across to the DrakensbergMountains,  often covered in snow in the winter. Steeped in Anglo-Boer War history, the reserve boasts a rich  selection of wildlife amongst thorn savanna vegetation. Game drives, horse riding and battlefields.

Local Area

Kwa-Zulu Natal Candles and Rug Factory Custom designed rugs woven to your specifications. Elaborate Candles. Situated on the R 600 Thokozisa A wide range of arts and crafts. Situated on the R 600 outside Winterton
Falcon Ridge Bird of Prey Centre have daily raptor flight displays (10:30am) weather permitting, except Fridays.  

The Reptile Centre is open from Tuesday to Sunday. An opportunity to feel and learn about a range of reptiles. 

Drakensberg Honey, view in a Glass Hive and dress up in a Bee Suit and experience handling bees for yourself.  
Drakensberg Boy’s Choir Internationally acclaimed boy’s choir. A public performance is held every Wednesday afternoon if the boys are not on vacation or touring. 
Basotho Cultural Village A visit to the village will let you gain a deeper insight into traditions of the Basotho people. Guided tours are conducted daily, seven days a week.
Golden Gate National Highlands Park 115000ha of sandstone cliffs, large caves, bizarre rock formations, brilliant colours and rolling grasslands. Extensive plant, game and bird species.

Clarens Nicknamed “The Jewel of the Free State”, this town boasts lovely art galleries and craft shops. Nestled between the Rooiberge and Maluti Mountains.

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