Situated deep in the Central Drakensberg Valley is the Champagne Valley Resort from where one can enjoy spectacular views of Cathkin Peak, Champagne Castle, Monks Cowl and the Dragon Peaks.
The location of the resort offers the best summer and winter entertainment for all ages, some of which include fishing, cycling, recreational centre, swimming and miniature golf.
The Drakensberg Valley is home to the renowned Drakensberg Boys Choir and Falcon Ridge Birds of Prey. The Valley boasts some of the finest restaurants, delis and coffee shops.
BushTime At Mabula, is one of Africa’s hidden secrets. Whether taking a short break or a well-deserved holiday, BushTime at Mabula has it all. Situated at the foothills of the Waterberg mountains, within the 10 000 hectare Mabula Private Game Reserve, this bush resort offers prolific game which includes the “Big 5” and more than 300 recorded bird species.
The accommodation units are located in four separate camps each with its’ own unique setting. “Modjadji” has the bush and wide open plains, “Sunset Hill” has views forever and sunsets that only Africa can offer, while “Bush and Game Lodge” have magnificent views over the plains and distant hills. The chalets have been spaced to maximize privacy and enhance the feeling of being in the wild.
Pine Lake Resort is situated on the banks of Lake Longmere in White River amid the lush forests and majestic mountains of South Africa’s Mpumalanga province. Here, guests have the opportunity to experience some of the country’s most exquisite scenery.
Our White River resort comprises of 34 split level self-catering chalets that can sleep up to six guests. Each chalet offers three well-appointed bedrooms and two bathrooms on separate levels as well as a living area, patio, dining room and kitchen. . A patio braai is complemented by a cosy indoor fireplace which is ideal for cooler weather. Guests can enjoy leisurely dining at any of the excellent local restaurants close by.
The resort also offers tennis and volleyball courts, a games room, and outdoor pursuits like swimming, hiking and canoeing.
In the foothills of the southern Drakensberg nestles Castleburn a home to eland, reedbuck and 100 species of bird, who flock to the re-established wetlands.
Spacious, thatched, architect-designed cottages, built of hand-hewn local stone, cluster around Lake Madingofani. Its shimmering surface reflects the rocky summits of the Garden Castle and is disturbed only by the breeze and the occasional trout jumping.
The estate borders on a Natal Parks Board nature reserve, neighboring the uKhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Site proclaimed in year 2000 and the famous Giant's Cup hiking trail which passes