Takes place on the 7th September 2014.Read More →A chance to experience a “White” Christmas in the mountains.Read More →Begins on the 31st July 2014Read More →The Cavern is a naturalist’s paradise set in the Drakensberg foothills.Read More →Join us for an informative tour of the night sky with Tim CooperRead More →Takes place at the Coca-Cola in Johannesburg from 29th - 31st of August 2014Read More →Taking place from the 12th - 15th September 2014Read More →Taking place from the 15th to 19th September 2014Read More →Join Gill Condy and Elsa Pooley for memorable botanical art course in the mountainsRead More →Taking place from the 03rd to the 05th of October 2014Read More →Derek & Norma Pearman invite you to join them for a weekend photographic workshop in the beautiful setting of The Cavern.Read More →
Welcome to the Maloti Drakensberg Route
The Maloti Drakensberg Route is an exciting and innovative initiative that spans the borders between South Africa and the mountain kingdom of Lesotho. The Route covers substantial areas of Lesotho, Eastern Cape Highlands, Eastern Free State and Ukhahlamba Drakensberg (KZN) and seeks to increase the flow of visitors to these areas, opening up this scenic region and enriching the experiences of all who travel this way.
In support of sustainable tourism and job creation on the Maloti Drakensberg Route, the private sector (MDR) and government agencies (MDTP) entered into a joint collaborative effort which includes both the governments of South Africa and the Kingdom of Lesotho.Read More
The route weaves through three provinces in South Africa and into Lesotho and takes in a magnificent assortment of irreplaceable resources; sites of cultural and spiritual significance and fragile ecosystems with exquisite biodiversity; a treasure trove of natural and cultural experiences for the adventurous traveller.
Committed to conserving Africa's premiere alpine destination and its precious heritage, the MDR provides an opportunity to experience this exceptional landscape and contribute to its sustainability through eco-tourism. In particular the route offers the opportunity for cross-border travel – consider the opportunities on the other side of the border.
The Eastern Free State town of Fouriesburg celebrated its 120th birthday over the weekend of the 20 – 22 September 2013.Read More →
“The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, situated in KwaZulu-Natal and bordering the mountain kingdom of Lesotho, is renowned for its s…Read More →