Drakensberg Waterfalls & Pools

The entire Drakensberg is riddled with incredible waterfalls, rock pools and mountain streams that draw both visitors to South Africa and locals alike.
 
This area is regarded as the most important mountain catchment in South Africa because of the high yield and quality of water it produces. The three largest rivers in KwaZulu-Natal, the Tugela, Mkhomazi and Mzimkulu, originate in the Drakensberg and support rural, agricultural, urban and industrial consumers in both KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
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Aasvoëlkrans Cave

Aasvoëlkrans Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Aasvoelkrans Cave accommodates 8 people and is approximately 3.9km's from the Highmoor Reserve parking area. This is a relatively easy hike. The cave itself is a "double story" cave and sleeping would generally be at the bottom cave. Their is a steep drop from the top cave and a climb down from the bottom cave to the ...
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A popular pool only 4.5 km from Bushman's Nek camp. The pool is apparently named after Cedric Biggs, a leader of the Mountain Backpackers Club some years ago, who was known for plunging through the ice into the freezing pool. It's also referred to as "Three pools" on some of the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife maps and literatu ...
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