Things To Do in Glengarry

Glengarry is situated in Drakensberg, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

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Drakensberg Scootours

Where? Winterton
Roll 4.5km downhill on the monster mountain scooter. This is a true mountain activity imported from Switzerland’s Alps, a first in SA! A game drive vehicle takes you and your scooter to the top of the ...

The Old Hatchery Restaurant

Where? Underberg
You have chosen to come to the most beautiful part of the Drakensberg in KwaZulu Natal. There is nothing quite like Southern Berg hospitality. Our little haven is just 10km from Underberg nestled amongst some ...

Five Star Cave Hike

Where? Drakensberg
Start: Mnweni, northern Drakensberg Finish: Mnweni valley Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: be aware that the area is rife with dagga smugglers; do not leave your hiking bags lying in the cave, nor ...

The Little Church & Tea Garden

Where? Van Reenen
Dubbed 'the best-kept secret on the M3', The Little Church of Van Reenen lies halfway between Durban in KwaZulu-Natal and Johannesburg in Gauteng. The church itself, the smallest in Van Reenen, is situated on ...

Giant's Castle Hikes

Where? Giants Castle
Giant's Castle refers both to the landmark rock massif in the central Drakensberg, where it rests in amongst the peaks of Champagne Castle and Cathkin Peak, and the game reserve of the same name, proclaimed ...

Sani Pass MTB Trail

Where? Underberg
Where: Sani Pass, nearest town Himeville Level: difficult to extremely difficult (not for children) Type of route: 72 – 80 km return, this gravel pass acts as the border crossing between South Africa and ...

The Winterton Museum

Where? Winterton
Winterton is a little town found on the banks of the Tugela River in the foothills of the Drakensberg. Close to the Second Boer War battle sites of the Battle of Vaal Krantz and Spioenkop, it is often passed ...

Didima Rock Art Centre

Where? Drakensberg
'The Khoi San, once known as Bushmen, were an indigenous people that inhabited South Africa’s deserts, plains and mountains, living off the bounteous produce of the land. These ones left behind them clues and ...

Sani Spoors

Where? Underberg
Sani Spoors is mountain biking heaven. Situated in the foothills of the Southern Drakensberg, only 4km from the country village of Underberg, the Sani Spoors team pride themselves on offering a diverse trails ...

Cathedral Peak Wine Estate

Where? Cathedral Peak
Cathedral Peak Wine Estate is the new kid on the block. The only wine estate this deep in the Drakensberg Mountains, the estate lies with Cathedral, Cathkin and Champagne Castle peaks looming from behind the ...

Monks Cowl to Ndedema Gorge Hike

Where? Monks Cowl
Start: Monk's Cowl office, Champagne Valley Finish: Ndedema Gorge Duration: 28 km and further, 2 – 5 days Fitness: difficult Our tip: the hike is strenuous and open-ended, best done in a group with a ...

Sani Pass Birding

Where? Sani Pass
Birding Tours up the Sani Pass or in the surrounding Forest Mist belt areas for specials such as Drakensberg Rockjumper, Drakensberg Siskins, Cape Parrots and the rare Blue Swallows. Rock Art Hikes with ...

San Art Interpretive Centre

Where? Winterton
In 2003 the San Art Interpretive centre was opened in Didima in the Cathedral Peak Valley. Here you can learn more about the San people, their art and culture. The centre is decorated to represent a cave, a ...

Giant’s Cup Hiking Trail

Where? Sani Pass
This hike runs along the foothills of the gorgeous Drakensberg range of mountains, mainly through the Cobham and Garden Castle reserves. Views here are to die for. Along the trail there are rock pools, ...

Aasvoëlkrans Cave Hike

Where? Kamberg
Start: car park, Highmoor Wilderness Area, southern central Drakensberg Finish: car park, Highmoor Wilderness Area Duration: 5 km, 2 days Fitness: moderate to easy Our tip: whilst the route seems ideally ...

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