Pictures from Natal Drakensberg Park

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Entrance to Kamberg.

Kamberg Nature Reserve.

The mountain that gave Kamberg its name.

Siphiwe Khoza, the park manager at Kamberg, explaining how the trout dams are utilised.

View from reception at Kamberg.

Kamberg Nature Reserve.

Self-catering chalets at Kamberg.

Entrance to Highmoor.

Road before reaching Highmoor.

Along the way to Highmoor.

Steep section just before Highmoor's entrance gate.


High-altitude wetlands at Highmoor.

View from campground at Highmoor.

Ablution at Highmoor campground.

Mountain Reedbuck at Highmoor.

Entrance gate to Lotheni.

Self-catering chalets at Lotheni.

Diesel generator at Lotheni.

Campground at Lotheni.

Lotheni is a hikers paradise.

Tribituaries to the Lotheni river system.

Entrance to Cobham is situated between commercial farms.

Entrance to Cobham.

Old house with bunker beds for overnight hikers at Cobham.

A group of hikers inside the old house at Cobham.

A private farm close to Cobham.

Typical wetland at Cobham.

Overnight hut for hikers at Cobham.