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Tourism during Lockdown

Posted on Thu July 22, 2021.

Attitudes to travel in the “COVID era” have shifted from socializing in large crowds, crowded swimming pools to small private gatherings, with minimum interaction with other guests, hence smaller hotels and lodges had a marginal increase in occupancy.

There’s a demand for accommodation in outlying areas like the Midlands, Drakensberg, St Lucia and other outlying areas rather than cities or highly congested places.

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MUSIC IN THE MOUNTAINS

Posted on Wed February 5, 2020.

The World famous Drakensberg Boys Choir presents Music in The Mountains from 30 April to 03 May 2020.
Young talent from around the country gather at this awesome venue to present an outstanding musical performance. Shows and seats are limited, book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

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Drakensberg Educational Group Tours

Posted on Sat February 16, 2019.

The purpose of the tour is to give students an advantage and a better perspective in choosing and be guided into a career. Steven King is our accredited guide that is qualified and experienced with learners, King is well versed in English and Zulu. The tour is based on History(Nelson Mandela Capture Site-Spioenkop and the Battle of Langalibalele), Geography (San Rock Art Paintings and rock formations and structures), Arts and Drama (The Drakensberg Boys Choir), Maths and Science (Eskom Hydro Electric Pump Station).

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INKOSANA Signature Dish - South African OXTAIL

Posted on Mon November 12, 2018.

Traditional South African OX-TAIL is prepared by our master-chef at INKOSANA Berg Lodge. This South African favorite is one of the Signature Dishes at INKOSANA. Marinated in red wine, fresh herbs and spices, slow cooked for 5-6 hours in a traditional cast iron pot in a wood fired oven.

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Transport to Drakensberg From Durban

Posted on Tue October 30, 2018.

The beautiful Drakensberg Mountains is in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, a pleasant 2.5 to 3 hours drive from Durban. Central Drakensberg is the most accessible region from the N3 National highway and home to some of the highest accessible peaks in the Drakensberg Range, Giants Castle, Injusuthi, Champagne Castle and Cathederal Peak can be accessed from this region. The Champagne Valley is home to The World famous Drakensberg Boys Choir and INKOSANA Lodge which was rated No.3 in the World for Best Value Lodge in 2014 - Lonely Planet.

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