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Kamberg Nature Reserve

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uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, South Africa
+27-0-33-267-7251
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Wonderful San people rock art.

A c.two hour walk into the hills from the park centre takes you to the San rock art site. Many... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
Paul C
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Unique rock art site

An interesting insight into the San bushman culture, with well preserved paintings in caves high up... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2016
amm1u
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Glasgow, Scotland
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17 May 2017
“Wonderful San people rock art.”
21 Jan 2016
“Unique rock art site”
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uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, South Africa
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

A c.two hour walk into the hills from the park centre takes you to the San rock art site. Many thousands of years old; a carefully protected cultural monument. Spend 15 minutes to watch and listen to the excellent video - well worth it.

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 21 January 2016

An interesting insight into the San bushman culture, with well preserved paintings in caves high up at the top of an escarpment. It takes around an hour to reach the caves from the Visitor Centre on a well marked path, with some steep steps towards...More

Thank amm1u
Reviewed 20 December 2015

i have just spent a week[15/12/15-- 20/12/2015] in the Kamberg valley and as always i like to spend my days exploring places and especially visiting Nature reserves and supporting "Parks Board" now known as Ezemvelo. upon entering the park I immediately commented on the state...More

2  Thank Howard S
Reviewed 9 November 2015 via mobile

Kamberg Nature Reserve is a bit off the main road. It takes a good half to three quarters of an hour to get there over a poor tarred road. The last few km is gravel. The reward is some of the best rock art in...More

Thank doreenandneil
Reviewed 18 October 2015

I visited Kamberg in December 2014. The camp is quiet and secluded - just the way I like it. There are only 5 chalets, so booking in advance is a must. (See KZN wildlife website) The self catering chalets itself are in need of some...More

Thank Rini1313
Reviewed 28 September 2015

ive just spent the last 4 days staying @ Mountain Shadow Resort in the Kamberg area of the Drakensberg Mountains. what an awesome place and exceptionally well run by Heine n his Wife and team. we were caravaning and the ablutions where an absolute pleasure--...More

Thank Howard S
Reviewed 20 August 2015

The Kamberg Nature Reserve is plain awesome. Some of the most pristine rivers, springs and the hills and mountains of the Drakensberg make this a darling destination. Perfect for long morning and afternoon walks, lazy summer strolls along the river, chilled out golden orange sunsets...this...More

Thank delaine c
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

A bit rustic but everything works. Perfect getaway for some soul time. It is so quiet you can hear the ants working! Beautiful stars at night, epic clear days and only 30 minutes from Nottingham road. Trout fishing - berg walks, mountain biking, or just...More

Thank sacit
Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

Kamberg is the smallest of the KZN Wildlife resorts int he drakensberg. This has a certain appeal... Wide open spaces seemingly in the middle of nowhere, fresh mountain air and refreshing natural water. The views of the underberg are expansive. The dams are allegedly well...More

Thank Jeanne L
Reviewed 20 April 2015

What a gem of a self catering place to stay. We really enjoyed the small resort nestled so beautifully up in the Kamber Valley. We took two cottages and although basic, it was adequately equipped for our needs. The weather was hot one minute then...More

Thank Inglis1138
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