Kamberg Nature Reserve is located in the foothills of the Ukhahlamba
Drakensberg Park,and is centrally located in the foothills, making it an ideal
stop off point for visits to various other well known Berg areas, from Lotheni
to Giants Castle. The picturesque surrounds of Kamberg nature reserve, features
three attractive picnic sites near the river, and the area has become well known
for its excellent fly fishing.
There are also numerous well maintained walks in the area, one of which is wheelchair friendly. These self-guided trails lead visitors from the camp into the surrounding areas of the 'Little Berg' as well as along the Mooi River. Trout fishing can be enjoyed in the many dams which include the well known trophy trout fishing dams of Highmoor which must be booked in advance. Most of the other dams are open to anglers throughout the year and river fishing is permitted during the fly fishing season. Kamberg's trout hatchery is also worth an interesting visit, and is open to the public on a daily basis.
There is an awesome rock art shelter, and guided walks to the area are conducted on a daily basis. The earliest inhabitants of the Drakensberg region were Bushmen, or San people. The San lived in harmony with their environment, and never used more than they needed to survive. Unfortunately, violent clashes with white settlers and Nguni tribes brought their era to an untimely end, and all that is left to remind us of these fascinating people, is their art .
Kamberg Valley Hideaway is a 27-hectare small holding located in an un-spoilt part of the Drakensberg Mountains. The property has a small pond which is surrounded by reeds and active bird life as well as a main dam that is stocked with rainbow trout and..
This beautiful ranch is set on 24ha of property, with the picturesque Little Mooi River meandering through the fields. With horses, blesbok and Nguni cows grazing in the paddocks, it is a nature lovers dream.
Kamdun Lodge is situated on 26 hectares of land at the base of Mount Lebanon in the beautiful farming community of the Kamberg Valley, 40Km from Nottingham Road, near the Giant's Castle area of the Central Drakensberg.
Set against the backdrop of the magnificent Drakensberg Mountains and overlooking the Little Mooi River, Glengarry is a nature lover’s paradise and a sports enthusiast’s playground.
National Heritage Nature Park in the South African Drakensberg is the perfect holiday getaway for mountain walks and hikes, trout fishing, horse riding, game drives and sheer relaxation
If you are looking for a quiet place to gather your thoughts and recharge your batteries then Stonehaven is the place for you.
The Bend,set on a 1400ha estate, with 5km of river frontage, 7 trout filled dams and 40 squared km of Mountain and Country Side. 16 luxury rooms, 3 cottages, restuarant and bar, chapel and banquet hall to cater for weddings, conferences and lodging.
The cottage on Lake Zonk is an ideal getaway. Situated only a few metres from the waters edge, it provides spectacular views and easy access to water based activities.
Visit the Forty Winks self catering cottages in the beautiful Kamberg Valley, heart of Natal's fly fishing destinations, on the new Springrove Dam in the Kwazulu Natal Midlands.