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Game Lodges in Drakensberg

From the Afrikaans ‘Drakensberge’ (meaning Dragon’s Mountain) the Drakensberg comprises several impressive peaks with a maximum height of 3000m in the eastern region of the Great Escarpment which surrounds the Southern African Plateau. It creates a... Show more

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Drakensberg Reviews

4.6 out of 5

Francesco Fracasso

Isolated and naturally beautiful.

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Drakensberg Reviews

Francesco Fracasso
11 February 2019

Isolated and naturally beautiful.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Jennie Bircher
22 August 2018

Wonderful part of our country - good for the soul!

Superb. 5 out of 5
Arlene Cloete
17 August 2018

Always magical, clean fresh air - and so many places to visit - from historical sites, to coffee shops and country markets and of course hiking and birding trails. The snow this past weekend was an added bonus.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Jan Nel
17 August 2018

Scenery, a drive through Himeville, drinks at resorts in the area.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Leon Potgieter
16 August 2018

The Berg is great, lots to do.

Superb. 5 out of 5
DEE-ANNE DARCEY
15 August 2018

Very beautiful place. Friendly people everywhere we went.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Anonymous
11 August 2018

The Sani Pass

Okay. 3 out of 5

More info about Drakensberg

From the Afrikaans ‘Drakensberge’ (meaning Dragon’s Mountain) the Drakensberg comprises several impressive peaks with a maximum height of 3000m in the eastern region of the Great Escarpment which surrounds the Southern African Plateau. It creates a natural border between several countries; including Eastern Cape Province, Lesotho, Kwa-Zulu Natal, the Free State, Mpumalanga and even Limpopo,a total distance of roughly 1000km.

Things to do

Whilst holidaying in the Drakensberg area there are a multitude of activities for the

family, adventurous hikers or ambitious mountain bikers to partake in. The Falcon Ridge Bird of Prey Centre is located in Champagne Valley and is a great day out for the whole family. There are bird shows at 10:30am every day, excepting Fridays when the centre is closed for the day.

There are many fantastic hiking trails ranging from an outdoor stroll to more physically challenging hikes. Ensure that you are aware of the level of difficulty and follow proper safety precautions before attempting any of these walks.

Mountain biking is catered for with a variety of MTB tracks, testing all cyclists from novice to expert. Sani Spoors offers some great single tracks, after purchasing a permit at the office before setting off. Their trails range from 3km to 15km and can be used by runners as well.

Dragon Rock Reptile centre is also found Champagne Valley and comes highly recommended for families and those wanting to be taken out of their ‘comfort zone’. Visitors to the centre will be allowed to hold various reptiles whilst learning about their value in our environment.

The Drakensberg Canopy Tour is a must if you are wanting to see the stunning views on offer from the tree tops in Blue Grotto Forest. Follow a zip-line through the forest, resting at tree and cliff platforms along the way.

Tourists visiting the Drakensberg in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area are... Show more

About Game Lodges

This is the ultimate experience for guests wanting to get close to nature without compromising on comfort. Guests can usually choose to stay half board, with breakfast, lunch and selected drinks covered, or full board, with all meals and selected drinks, at the game lodge of their choice. All guests will enjoy luxury amenities; with unique touches to decor and layout that enhance their stay in gorgeous natural surrounds. Wildlife and birdlife is abundant in the areas the lodges are located in, and guests will often have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the animals, without leaving the lodge. For those in search of the more reclusive animals in the areas, often including the Big Five, game drives are offered. Getaway and experience the beauty of Africa’s bushlife, while staying in supreme luxury at one of our many Game Lodges.