There is almost an endless number different trails in the Drakensberg, with various levels of intensity from easy to severe. Some trails can be combined with others to span over a number of days over a number of sections of the area. We are only listing a small portion of what is available however please enquire if you want something different for the group.

The Dragons Back seen from KBC
The Dragons Back seen from KBC

Although trails are well established, some are often not travelled and you might not see another person for the duration of the trip. Paths could be overgrown but lead to secret camping spots with scenic views over the mighty peaks of the Drakensberg.

Sunrise over Langalibalele Pass
Sunrise over Langalibalele Pass

Although some of the trails might feel like a mountaineering trip, you will not need any of the specialised mountaineering equipment, but we are still going to need all the necessary gear required and certain gear is a must and gear hire is available. Please check on inquiry what gear you will need. Tents might not always be needed when the trip plans on sleeping in caves, but is a must when venturing out onto the high Berg. All caves need to be booked in advance and may not always be available as they are booked on a first come first booked basis. Due to the ruggedness and isolation a moderate fitness level is required.

Sunrise over Devil's Tooth
Sunrise over Devil’s Tooth

As far as possible we encourage our clients to cater for themselves as this is more cost effective and practically it makes a lot more sense. Porters are available on request. All the relevant information will be provided once an inquiry has been made with us.

Giants Castle
Giants Castle
Tugela Falls 2nd highest falls in the world
Tugela Falls – 2nd highest falls in the world
Old Woman Grinding Corn - Injasuthi
Old Woman Grinding Corn – Injasuthi