Journals Drakensberg

Drakensberg Mountains

Created by aattwood on December 3, 2005

3 Reviews

Drakensberg Mountains, South Africa's best-kept secret

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Magical Mountains

Created by pioneering eagle on May 30, 2005

1 Review

We paid a visit to The Barrier of Spears, otherwise known as the Drakensberg Mountains in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. There was spectacular scenery, incredible activities, and a horse ride of a lifetime

A Snow-Capped Fantasy

Created by Johanjan on September 30, 2004

1 Story

We visited Champagne Sports resort together with our kids who were living in Kuwait at the time where my son in law had been starved of golf for two years. Here we also enjoyed a magnificent helicopter ride to the top of a snow-capped Drakensburg where we landed.

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Snow in September

Created by McMillie on September 18, 2004

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Castleburn - Christmas came early! Snow transformed the picturesque resort into winter wonderland. Cold? You bet! Did we make a snowman? Two! Walk? We did, 73 and 64 did! The chalets - well-equipped for such weather. Roaring fires, heaters, friendly staff. Would we go back? Oh yes! Overall impression: MAGIC!!

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Drakensberg Mountains

Created by aattwood on July 22, 2004

1 Review
2 Stories

The Drakensberg Mountains offer so much for visitors. It was almost impossible for me to think of another region for a short holiday. Wendy and I set off for a wedding anniversary trip I will nerver forget.

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Southern Drakensburg = Castleburn

Created by Glynsmith on June 26, 2004

3 Reviews

Timeshare exchange in January 2004.

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Castleburn Honeymoon

Created by Brendanb28 on June 2, 2004

1 Review

I drove from Port Elizabeth to The Castleburn in Drakensburg with my new wife to enjoy our honeymoon. We stayed for a week and had a fantastic time.

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Walks in a Wild Land

Created by Ad Ventura on April 6, 2004

1 Review

Drakensberg Sun Hotel, an RCI Gold Crown Resort

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Champagning a walk !

Created by Kotie on February 16, 2003

2 Reviews

The Drakensberg Area of South Africa is one of the most "sparkling" memory making areas. Monks Cowl Forest station, the 1,700 metres climb upwards to the so called Sphinks, breakfast stream and Blindman's corner are all still there. The walk matched our stay in Champagne Valley Resort.



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