The Central Drakensberg streaches from Giants Castle to Cathedral Peak and
includes Injasuti anfd Monks Cowl
The Central Drakensberg is situated in Kwazulu Natal and can be reached
from the N3 via Bergville Estcourt and Winterton off ramps between the towns
of Harrismith and Mooi River.
The Central Drakensberg is the main attraction of the mighty Drakensberg
Mountain Range with its peaks reaching an average height of 3000m, it is
an area of scenic grandeur.
The central Drakensberg region consists of the following local drakensberg
Peak, Champagne Castle, Monks Cowl, Cathkin Peak, Injasuti
and Giants Castle
Excellent accommodation is available in the Central
Drakensberg, either at
one of the resorts or in private b&b or self catering style hospitality
The relaxing atmosphere and the wide range of activities on offer in the
Central Drakensberg make it a mountain haven where tourists return with their
families time and time again.
Central Drakensberg accommodation
Guest House - Indeed a special find. One of those places
you wished you would have stayed longer where the accommodation, view,
location, service and food are just perfect. This is the nearest private
accommodation option near to Giants Castle and also offers one of the
best deals available.
Luxury cave lodge Experience something different and stay
in the only fully catered luxury cave in the Drakensberg Mountains. And
the luxury cave comes with a few special romantic options like a jacuzzi
spa bath and fireplace both in the bedroom. Whats more it opens onto
a deck with hammock chairs and a panoramic view not often experienced.
Guest Farm - While this guest house is a little further away
in the Champagne Valley it still a great option to stay when you visit
Giants Castle. Also centrally situated this guest house makes for a special
few days in the Drakensberg. Ardmore is especially suited to families
with units that can accommodate 6 persons.
Mountain Farm House - Prepare for some of the most fantastic
food you will ever eat. This farm house offers high class fine dining
near to Highmoor Nature Reserve. The rates are a pit on the pricy end
of the scale but hey you only ever live once. Especially if you are one
of those foodie types