Tourist Attractions in Central Drakensberg, Drakensberg & Surroundings, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Cathkin Peak

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Drakensberge Monks Cowl

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Waterfall in the Drakensberg Park

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Kwa Zulu Natal's Central Drakensberg can be reached by branching off the N3 at the Bergville and Winterton off ramps between the towns of Harrismith and Mooi River.

Extending over approximately 350 kilometres, the Drakensberg Mountain Range is one of the Province's major tourist destinations. With its peaks reaching an average height of 3000m, it is an area of scenic grandeur.

The Drakensberg or "Dragon Mountains" were inhabited for centuries by the San Bushmen, and Giant's Castle in the Central Drakensberg boasts some of the areas most impressive displays of San Rock Art.

The Champagne Castle Region with its fresh mountain air, numerous holiday resorts and beautifully tended golf courses is a popular weekend getaway for visitors from both Gauteng and Durban. The world renowned Drakensberg Boy's Choir has its home here in the Champagne valley area of the Central Drakensberg.

Excellent accommodation is available in the Central Drakensberg, either at one of the resorts or in private hospitality establishments.

The relaxing atmosphere and the wide range of activities on offer in the Central Drakensberg make it a mountain haven where tourists return with their families time and time again.

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Central Drakensberg Attractions
Monks Cowl Nature Reserve: 7 km
San Art Interpretive Centre: 15 km
Baboon Rock: 18 km
Marianne Church Ruins: 40 km
Champagne Sports Resort: 41 km
Cathedral Peak Golf Club: 41 km
The Winterton Museum: 41 km
Monks Cowl Country Club: 41 km
Drakensberg Boys Choir: 41 km
Nearby Towns
Bergville
Cathedral Peak
Champagne Valley
Giants Castle
White Mountain Area

Crystal Falls

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Mountain Tranquillity in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal
Our home is located in a World Heritage Site, on Cathkin Estates, Champagne Valley, Central Drakensberg. The valley is also home to the world famous Drakensberg Boys Choir. Cathkin Estates is an Eco Estate and has wildlife that roam around freely.
Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort Hotel & Self Catering in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal
Gooderson Monks Cowl Golf Resort is a spectacular Drakensberg resort situated in the Central Drakensberg approximately four hours from Johannesburg and two and a half hours from Durban in the magnificent Champagne Valley.
Mount Champagne in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal
The cottage itself is a double storied thatch building comprising 4 bedrooms, all with double beds and 3 bathrooms-comfortably accommodating up to 8 persons.
The Zulu Hut, Inkunzi Cave and Didley Squat in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal
Situated in the foothills of the Central Drakensberg mountains, in the beautiful Champagne Valley, are the totally unique Zulu Hut and Inkunzi Cave. Rock finish inside and out, with rock paintings and carvings on the walls.
Misty Peaks in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal
Misty Peaks is located in the magnificent Central Drakensberg, (Kwa Zulu Natal , South Africa) We offer you a choice of 3 luxury self catering Villa\'s to accommodate small or large groups.

Kwa Zulu Natal's Central Drakensberg can be reached by branching off the N3 at the Bergville and Winterton off ramps between the towns of Harrismith and Mooi River.

Extending over approximately 350 kilometres, the Drakensberg Mountain Range is one of the Province's major tourist destinations. With its peaks reaching an average height of 3000m, it is an area of scenic grandeur.

The Drakensberg or "Dragon Mountains" were inhabited for centuries by the San Bushmen, and Giant's Castle in the Central Drakensberg boasts some of the areas most impressive displays of San Rock Art.

The Champagne Castle Region with its fresh mountain air, numerous holiday resorts and beautifully tended golf courses is a popular weekend getaway for visitors from both Gauteng and Durban. The world renowned Drakensberg Boy's Choir has its home here in the Champagne valley area of the Central Drakensberg.

Excellent accommodation is available in the Central Drakensberg, either at one of the resorts or in private hospitality establishments.

The relaxing atmosphere and the wide range of activities on offer in the Central Drakensberg make it a mountain haven where tourists return with their families time and time again.