Whether its watching the giant predators at a vulture restaurant in the Berg, or game spotting elephant and white rhino in the Thukela Biosphere, there is a wildlife experience to capture your imagination.  Wildlife opportunities in the region range from privately owned parks to the scenic grandeur of the Drakensberg.

 

 


 

 

 

Cathedral Peak. A 32 000 ha section of the Natal Drakensberg Park. A hikers paradise, with 8 marked trails and walks. San Rock Art is found.

Chelmsford Nature Reserve. This dam is renowned for carp and bass fishing. 1000 ha game park, with rhino, wildebeest, zebra, blesbok etc.

Giant’s Castle 34 638 ha reserve is part of the WORLD HERITAGE SITE. San (Bushman) art at Main Caves and Site Museum.

Injasuti cradled between the little Tugela and Cowl Fork rivers. Magnificent mountain scenery.

Monks Cowl. Situated within the Drakensberg Park. It provides access to the Mlambonja and Mdedelo wilderness areas.

Royal Natal. Some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa. Over 180 bird species, including bearded Vulture and black eagle.

 

Spioenkop Nature Reserve, 6 000 ha reserve, 35 km from Ladysmith. Adjacent to Anglo-Boer War battlesite of Spioenkop. Angling, yachting, water-skiing, power boating.

Wagendrift Nature Reserve. 980 ha resort includes Moor Park Nature Reserve.

Weenen Game Reserve. Its 6 500 ha is the core area for the Thukela Biosphere. Game includes, amongst others, black rhino and white rhino and the rare roan antelope. The reserve boasts a bird list of 279 species. It is one of few remaining protected areas of valley bushveld.

 

 

     
     

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