South Africa`s most magnificent mountains.The Drakensberg Mountain is home to the finest and most accessible rock art in the world - containing thousands of works of San rock art dating back to the Late Stone Age. The mountain range borders the tiny mountain kingdom of Lesotho, and traverses the Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga and ends in Limpopo. Most of the higher South African parts of the range have been designated as game reserves or wilderness areas. Of these the UKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park was listed by UNESCO in 2000 as a World Heritage site. Things to do include: hiking, mountain climbing, abseiling, game viewing, bird viewing, mountain biking, river rafting, horse riding, fishing, golfing, quad biking and 4X4 routes, hot air ballooning, battle field tours, arts & crafts, cultural experiences and much more.

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Underberg, KwaZulu-Natal. Dharmagiri is a NPO that supports, celebrates and promotes the study, practice and teaching of the core principles of Buddhism in South Africa, and to support interfaith, educational programs and eco-awareness.

Spioenkop, KwaZulu-Natal. From R2300 per person sharing. *Incl. meals & more. 4 Star luxury lodge. Spectacular scenery, locally grown farm-style country food & superb hospitality. Halfway between JHB & DBN. Free Wi-Fi. *5 Green Hearts*

Giants Castle, KwaZulu-Natal. From R1250 per person per night. Luxury cave & individually styled units in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains with incredible views & excellent hospitality. *5 Green Hearts*