The Drakensberg and the Natal Midlands of South Africa are about as beautiful as any place in the world. Venture westwards into the Midlands from the mountainous Drakensberg to a vista of rolling green hills, crystal streams and indigenous forests.
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A charming and scenic area that reflects its English Settler character and tradition, where the pace is leisurely and the welcome friendly and warm. It is home to a unique collection of artists and craftspeople who make up the Midlands Meander and offers fine country accommodation, forest hikes , trout fishing and a host of other activities.
Referred to in Zulu as Ukahlambha, a barrier of spears, the mighty Drakensberg Mountains are a sight to behold. Secluded mountain lodges overlook valleys and sparkling streams.
The Natal Drakensberg Park is a world of great open spaces, gigantic buttresses and towering peaks, hidden valleys graced with virgin forests and home to a host of fauna and flora and some of the finest collections of rock art painting.
Experience the thrill of rock climbing, hang-gliding and mountain biking, or the serenity of trout fishing or relaxing in the dappled shade of a forest glade.