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Find Seclusion At Any Of The Accommodation in Drakensberg

Find Seclusion At Any Of The Accommodation in Drakensberg

For remoteness that’s unique in today’s world, why not opt for accommodation in Drakensberg. As accommodation in Drakensberg is secluded and tucked away in one of its main attractions, its mountain.

After all Kwa-Zulu Natals Drakensberg is South Africa’s (SA’s) highest mountain range area known for its mountain peaks from larger peaks of Giants Castle, Cathedral Peak and Mont Aux Sources to the gentle foothills. The magnificent mountain provides a spectacular backdrop to the accommodation in Drakensberg where you wake up each morning to take in the scenic views.

No matter where your choice of accommodation in Drakensberg is situated whether it’s a chalet, hotel, resort, a camp with huts, lodge or set high in the majestic mountains. The one constant feature in every accommodation in Drakensberg is the unending views over the Drakensberg mountain range, as the sprawling mountain is made up of the Northern and Central Drakensberg area.

And the area falls into four valleys, Champagne Valley in the Central Berg through the Cathedral Peak and Didima Valley. The Royal Natal National Park and Ampitheatre Valley and the Middledale Pass Valley in the Northern Berg.

The Royal Natal National Park is well-known for its accommodation in Drakensberg as the area has the widest selection of accommodation to choose from ranging from modest Bed and Breakfast to self-catering, guest houses and splendid hotels and resorts covering prices to suit every pocket.

And another great thing about most of the Accommodation in Drakensberg is that some of the accommodation is usually a few hours’ drive from some of SA’s largest cosmopolitan cities such as Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Durban and even Pietermaritzburg.

The Drakensberg is derived from the Afrikaans name Drakensberge meaning ‘Dragon Mountain’ and the highest portion of the Drakensberg is known as uKhahlamba in Zulu meaning ‘Barrier of up-pointed spears’ and Maluti in Sotho.

 

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