Spring 2019 Berg Times


Berg Times

This section provides a link to the Spring Edition of Berg Times.

“Berg Times” is a Drakensberg e-newsletter or a Drakensberg Newsletter. Furthermore, developed to improve the knowledge of the tourism trade or tour operators, professional conference organisers, and incentive organisers.

Secondly, it is useful reading for the individual tourist who is interested in visiting the Drakensberg. So download this edition.


The Drakensberg: A Distinctive Incentive Destination. Incentives and team building activities are once again being utilised by corporates and significant organisations to motivate their staff to increase their levels of productivity. However, the nature of incentives is changing. There is an increasing trend to incorporate social and environmentally responsible elements into incentive programmes. Also, there a tendency towards ‘boutique’ or smaller incentive groups. Moreover, to make use of alternative and value for money accommodation options. However, the experience still needs to be novel and ideally unique.

What to do on a rainy day.

Some breathtaking Drakensberg Hikes – Gray’s Pass. An introduction to this access route to the central area of the Drakensberg escarpment. This is a hike that should ideally be undertaken over a period of three days.

Some key tips to consider when taking a walk or longer hike.

The community of Ladysmith and the famous siege of this town.. A synopsis of the key attractions of Ladysmith and the siege of this town during The South African War.

Some regular events.

In the steps of the San: Main Cave. An overview of this famous rock art shelter that is open to the public. Located in the Giants Castle Camp area.

The Okahlamba Multi-purpose centre. A continuation of the series of articles that provide meeting planners with an overview of the key conference centres in the Northern and Central Drakensberg.

Some Key Spring 2019 Events.

Drakensberg weather

Tourism services related directory. A detailed listing of tourism service providers in the Central and Northern Drakensberg.