Kamberg, Drakensberg - Things to do
OVERVIEW:Kamberg is home to a group of friendly hospitable people who are gregarious, happy, experimental, social, fun, outgoing and wonderful people. The Kamberg Valley is one of the most beautiful areas providing easy access to the Drakensberg and the Midlands. Once you have visited us, you will be sure to come back for more.
Visit the Kamberg and you will experience, peace, tranquility, vast open spaces, a community which are "the salt of the earth". The valley is essentially a farming one, but as Kambergians are social "animals" we love to host visitors in our valley. Tourism has not taken away the Kamberg experience but has rather added to it.
The Kamberg is close to other adventure activities e.g. Karkloof Canopy Tours (longest Canopy Tour in South Africa), Over the Top Adventures (abseil off the Howick Falls 107 m), Annual Comrades Marathon, Midmar Mile, Giants Castle Classic to mention a few. Because Kamberg is so centrally situated it offers visitors the opportunity to base themselves in the Kamberg and travel to the attractions and activities in the Midlands and the Drakensberg.
Accommodation near Kamberg, Drakensberg
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 ...
The Drakenberg Mountain Retreat is a stunning destination in the northern Drakensberg. Its spectacular views, wildness, freshness and beauty will captivate you while its deep silence, which can be startling at first, will soon calm you. It has a spectacular setting, high on a ridge overlooking the northern Drakensberg, the Maluti mountains and most of the central Drakensberg. Many have said ...
Cathedral Peak Hotel accommodation nestled in the Drakensberg mountain range offers an award-winning family resort set high in the Drakensberg Mountains. Cathedral Peak Hotel has accommodation for all, from family rooms to the oppulant Mponjwane Presidential Suite. At Cathedral Peak Hotel you will experience warm hospitality and friendly service. Whether your aim is a relaxed family holiday, a ...
The Nest Drakensberg Resort Hotel is one of the best established and most well-known of all the Drakensberg resorts in the Kwa-Zulu Natal Drakensberg. The Nest Hotel offers a range of leisure resort accommodation and world-class conference facilities. The Nest Hotel is situated in the scenic majesty of the Champagne Valley in the Central Drakensberg area of the KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa. ...
This accommodation in Winterton, Kwazulu Natal is a luxury hotel and timeshare resort that is nestled high in the striking setting of the Cathkin Peak region of the Drakensberg Mountains offering visitors - out of this world views and fresh, crisp mountain air. This country resort in the Drakensberg makes use of earthy rich colours and natural materials, which makes it one of the most remarkable ...
Swallows nest B&B is the perfect Winterton accommodation, combining the elements of a min-vacation with the nostalgia of being in your own home. Set in the small village of Winterton in Kwa-Zulu Natal on the foothills of the Drakensberg, it is the picture of an intimate escape that leaves you with the feeling of "home away from home''. Surrounded by an acre of gardens, the guest house has ...
Surrounded by mountains with exquisite views over the Drakensberg and the Kamberg Valley, Silver Hill Lodge is an ideal getaway, far from the madding crowd. Only two hours from Durban through the rolling farmlands of the Midlands meander, you are welcomed to this luxury 4 star country house with home from home family hospitality. The 7 luxury en-suite bedrooms have all the mod-cons including under ...
Things to do near Kamberg, Drakensberg
Less than 40km from the towering Amphitheatre of Royal Natal National Park, this ideally situated, agricultural and trading centre was laid out in 1897 by a retired sea captain. British forces built a blockhouse in the settlement two years later at the onset of the Anglo-Boer War - that building is now a Monument and Museum within the grounds of the local Court House. The nearby Rangeworthy Military ...
Experience the rich culture, breathtaking views and captivating history of the majestic Drakensberg. Join your tour guide Zee, for the following adventures. The Amphitheatre This is regarded as the most famous hike in South Africa not just because it allows you to access the highest escarpment in one day but also because the waterfall is the highest in Africa. In fact it's the 2nd highest in the ...
Geluksburg is centrally placed for excursions to the historic Boer War Battlefields of Ladysmith, Spioenkop and Colenso. Spioenkop Nature Reserve, where you will see Rhinos, Giraffe, Zebra, and Wildebeest, the Royal Natal National Park and Amphitheatre, Cathedral Peak and Didima Valley, the Champagne Castle valley, Injisuthi valley and our own Tintwa and Middledale Pass valley, all unique and ...
Royal Natal National Park was proclaimed in 1916, and contains some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa. The main feature of Royal Natal is the Amphitheatre, a rock wall about 5km in length, and approximately 1000m in height between the Sentinel (3 165m) and Eastern Buttress (3 047m), with a number of domes rising from its relatively flat summit plateau. In 1836, the French missionaries ...
In 1905 three years after the Anglo-Boer War - the colonial government constructed a weir across the Little Thukela River and founded an irrigation settlement here called Springfield renamed Winterton in 1910. Winterton is situated in beautiful foothills and main access point to the Central Drakensberg, this typical pioneer settlement offers a very relaxed atmosphere. It serves the large community ...
Kamberg is home to a group of friendly hospitable people who are gregarious, happy, experimental, social, fun, outgoing and wonderful people. The Kamberg Valley is one of the most beautiful areas providing easy access to the Drakensberg and the Midlands. Once you have visited us, you will be sure to come back for more. Visit the Kamberg and you will experience, peace, tranquility, vast open ...
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 29° 39' 60" E / 29° 22' 60" S
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Directions to Kamberg Tourism in Kamberg, Drakensberg
|Departing: King Shaka International Airport|
|Address: M65, La Mercy 4405, South Africa|
|Distance: 10.3 km / Duration: 2 hours 40 mins|
|1.||Head southeast||1.3 km|
|2.||Take the 1st left onto Mdloti St|
|3.||Continue onto M65|
|4.||Keep right at the fork and merge onto N2|
Partial toll road
|5.||At the interchange 165-E B Cloete, keep left and follow signs for N3 toward Pietermaritzburg/Johannesburg||1.6 km|
|6.||Turn left onto N3|
Partial toll road
|7.||Take exit 132 toward Nottingham Road||0.2 km|
|8.||Turn right toward R103||7.4 km|
|9.||Turn right onto R103||7.1 km|
|10.||Slight left||29.2 km|
Destination will be on the left
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