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The tiny village of Dargle is in the scenic Natal Midllands. It, and the stream alongside, was named by an Irish emigrant after a stream in Dublin, Ireland. The Dargle stream is a tributary of the vast Umgeni River that rumbles through the Natal Midlands on its 230km journey out to sea at the port city of Durban in the KwaZulu-Natal Province.
Dargle is in the beautiful Midlands Meander, which has routes that traverse this area . Every turn of the head presents interesting pastoral scenes or a venue that may catch the eye, with the majestic Drakensberg Mountains as a backdrop. Temperatures range from warm summers to chilly winters with snow-capped mountain peaks.
Surrounded by evergreen grasslands, waterfalls, bubbling streams and forest, Dargle has a charm that attracts visitors year upon year for a true country experience.
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Dargle is based in the centre of the Midlands Meander routes 3 and 4. These routes are... Show more
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