Officially known as uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, this World Heritage Site encompasses 240,000 hectares of wilderness, featuring soaring buttresses, deep forested valleys, rolling high altitude grasslands, rocky gorges and crystal clear rivers and pools. Not for nothing does ‘uKhahlamba’ mean ‘Barrier of spears’.


  • Brave Sani Pass in a 4×4 and have a well-deserved drink at the highest pub in Africa
  • Overnight in a cave deep in the wilds, and hike some of the hundreds of trails that criss-cross the mountains
  • View original San rock art made over a period of 4000 years
  • Hike to the top of Tugela Falls, the second highest waterfall in the world, with a drop of 948 metres
  • Take a hot air balloon ride over the foothills and along the edge of the mountains.