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Set in the KwaZulu-Natal Region, 4.8 km from Killburn Dam, Ezulwini Berg Resort features an outdoor pool and sauna. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms come with a sofa and flat-screen TV. Certain rooms have a seating area where you can relax. You will find a kettle in the room. Rooms include a private ...
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Lion Buttress Hike

Lion Buttress Hike

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Starting at the Gorge car park in Royal Natal head roughly South up the hill. This is a steep hike of 558m elevation gain over 3.3km. The views at the top of the Amphitheatre, Tugela Falls and the Sentinel are magnificent.
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Category Royal Natal
Three Puddings

Three Puddings

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The Puddings is in the Cathedral Peak region of the Drakensberg.
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Category Peaks
Tooth Cave

Tooth Cave

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Tooth Cave is in the Royal Natal area at the top of Devils Tooth Gully. Getting to this cave requires proper climbing gear and experience.
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Category Caves
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Baboon Rock Hike

Baboon Rock Hike

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The hike starts at Cathedral Peak Hotel. The hike is 4.1km's to Baboon rock, the last 2 km's on the way to Baboon Rock are fairly steep with a total elevation gain of 440m.
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Category Hikes
Twins Cave (Annex)

Twins Cave (Annex)

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Twins Cave (Annex) is in the Cathedral Peak area. The cave offers reasonable protection from the weather and can accommodate up to 6 people.
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Inner Tower Gully

Inner Tower Gully

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Two very distinct gullies lead up towards the Inner Tower. Both gullies are extremely challenging scrambles. The gully has many obstacles but the struggle may be well worth it. The Inner Tower Gully is located in the Royal Natal region.
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Category Royal Natal
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Mlambonja Buttress

Mlambonja Buttress

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Mlambonja buttress is located in the Cathedral peak area. Mlambonja means hungry dog, it refers to the lack of game in the area meaning the early hunters dogs were left hungry.
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Situated in Bonjaneni, a 15-minute walk from Rugged Glen Stables, Tugela Falls Bed and Breakfast provides accommodation with barbecue facilities. The property is around 3 km from Mount-Aux Source and 3.4 km from Sleeping Beauty Summit. Sigibudu Valley is 3.6 km from the bed and breakfast and Trilby Hill is 3.7 km away. ...
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Mnweni Buttress

Mnweni Buttress

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The Mnweni Buttress is located in the Mnweni area.
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Mnweni Inner Pinnacle

Mnweni Inner Pinnacle

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Mnweni Inner Pinacle is in the Mnweni area.The inner pinnacle is on the right.
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uMhwabane Shelter

uMhwabane Shelter

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

uMhwabane Shelter is in the Amazizi Traditional Authority Area. Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: A large white snake is painted here with people and animals accompanying it. Local AmaZizi communities believe that a mythological snake with an antelope head, called the “uMhwabane”, lives in the river close to the sh ...
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Category AmaZizi
The Bell

The Bell

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Cathedral Peak is located within the Cathedral Peak area and is near Bell Cave.
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Category Peaks
Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve (Didima)

Cathedral Peak Nature Reserve (Didima)

Private Bag X1, , KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Cathedral Peak (Didima) borders on the upper Thukela area in the north and east, Lesotho in the west and Monk's Cowl in the south and is 32 000 hectares in extent. The area contains the magnificent Didima Valley with its many examples of San Rock art, it is a hiker's paradise offering routes that range from a few hours ...
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Category Cathedral Peak
eZangomeni Shelter

eZangomeni Shelter

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

eZangomeni Shelter is in the Amangwane Traditional Authority Area. Interpretation by Celeste Rossouw: A large rain-animal or a snake, with an antelope head, is accompanied by many white and red humans. What is of interest are the white dots and lines visible on the human bodies. It is believed that these marks repre ...
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