Tourist Attractions in Albert Falls Dam, Midlands & Battlefields, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Albert Falls Dam, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Impala at Cumberland Nature Reserve

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Albert Falls Dam wall

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Fish Eagles Lair
Fish Eagles Lair in Albert Falls Dam, KwaZulu-Natal
Comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people in a self catering cottage. There is a Gas stove and freezer, hot and cold running water and lights, with braai facilities in your own secluded spot on the banks of one of the best bass dams in South Africa.

Albert Falls Dam and Nature Reserve is located only 30 minutes from Pietermaritzburg. The area around the Albert Falls Dam is filled with secluded nature trails and picnic spots, and was established in 1975. This dam is rated one of the best bass fishing dams in the world. The land here comprises tracts of mixed woodland, open grassland and small marsh areas, and in the wet seasons birdlife is abundant and includes widows, weavers, waxbills and cisticolas. Wildlife in the reserve includes zebra, numerous buck such as the springbok, the red hartebeest, and oribi, rhino and giraffe.

Albert Falls also offers water-skiing, sailing, canoeing, nature trails, fishing, bird watching and game viewing. Take a break in fully equipped self-catering rondavels and chalets set in the Notuli Game Park. An area known as the Albert Falls Amble has fittingly chosen the Fish Eagle, whose unique cry punctuates the area, as its emblem and is an arts and crafts route that extends from Albert Falls to Wartburg, Dalton and New Hanover. It has a wonderful selection of crafts, pubs and a number of private game reserves.