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KwaZulu-Natal - Drakensberg - Bergville
Ansie du Randt (+27) 036-438-6287
Just more than three hours’ drive from Johannesburg or Bloemfontein and about two and a half hours from Durban, at the foothills of the Drakensberg Amphitheatre, which is a world heritage site, lies ATKV Drakensville Holiday Resort.
ATKV Drakensville offers a range of accommodation options, adventure activities, leisure facilities, as well as a restaurant, take-away outlet, coffee and gift shop. ATKV Drakensville, with its breathtaking views, is surrounded by many historical sites, and offers access to many tourist attractions in the area.
ATKV Drakensville has a wide range of accommodation to suit everyone’s requirements. And because you pay per unit and not per person, it’s easy on your budget.
ATKV Drakensville conference resort is the ideal get-away conference centre, with two well-equipped conference venues for groups of up to 800.
Just like all the other ATKV resorts, ATKV Drakensville offers invigorating conference and team-building experiences. The tranquil environment enhances positive and imaginative business planning and our professional team will assist with motivating development and team-building programmes.
Various outdoor activities such as abseiling and obstacle course challenges stimulate group bonding for personal and corporate benefit. ATKV Drakensville’s team-building package is based on an outdoor adventure experience and can be tailor-made around the requirements of each group.
Bookings for ATKV Drakensville
PO Box 53, Jagersrust, 3354
Contact Person: Ansie du Randt
Phone: (+27) 036-438-6287
Fax: (+27) 036-438-6524
Directions to ATKV Drakensville
Map and directions to ATKV Drakensville.
Directions to ATKV Drakensville:
29° 7' 38.6" E
28° 36' 38.6" S
FROM JOHANNESBURG (±3 – 3½ hours)
Take the N3 to Durban. Take the second off-ramp from N3 at Harrismith – (Spur Village / BP Garage on right hand side) Bethlehem N5. Turn right towards Bethlehem (N5) and bypass Harrismith. Travel 4,5 km and turn left onto the R712 Qwa-Qwa / Phuthaditjhaba / Bergville Road – Alternative route to Durban. Travel a further 8,5 km and turn left onto the Bergville R74. ATKV-Drakensville is situated another 43 km at the bottom of the Oliviershoek Pass. At the first crossroad at the bottom of the pass turn left. (On your right will be the road to the Northern Berg Resorts). Travel 2 km and at the t-junction turn right. Turn right at the next stop sign. Travel another 2 km following the canal road until you reach a bridge, turn left over the bridge. 100 m further up the road ATKV-Drakensville entrance will be on your right.
FROM DURBAN (±2½ hours)
Take the N3 to Johannesburg. Turn off at the Colenso / Bergville R74 off-ramp. (This is the first off-ramp after the Estcourt Shell Ultra City). Turn left following the signs to Winterton. Travel through Winterton and Bergville to ATKV-Drakensville Resort. ATKV-Drakensville is situated 28 km from Bergville. Turn right at the road sign saying Bergville / Drakensville Koekeloer / Drakensville Environmental Centre and Jagersrust Township. Travel 8 km further, ATKV-Drakensville entrance will be on your left.
FROM BLOEMFONTEIN (±3 – 3½ hours)
Take the N1 from Bloemfontein. At Windburg take the Senekal N5 off-ramp towards Harrismith. Turn right onto the R712 Qwa-Qwa / Phuthaditjhaba / Bergville Road – Alternative rout to Durban. Travel a further 8,5 km and turn left onto the Bergville R74. ATKV-Drakensville is situated another 43 km at the bottom of the Oliviershoek Pass. At the first crossroad at the bottom of the pass turn left. (On your right will be the road to the Northern Berg Resorts). Travel 2 km and at the t-junction turn right. Turn right at the next stop sign. Travel another 2 km following the canal road until you reach a bridge, turn left over the bridge. 100 mm further up the road ATKV-Drakensville entrance will be on your right.
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