Click on the following link for Summer 2020 2021 edition of Berg Times. Berg Times is intended to keep the tourism trade aware of the latest developments in the Central and Northern Drakensberg. It is also useful for the general public.
Firstly, Drakensberg Felines.
The Drakensberg has a magnificent array of felines. This array ranges from the regal Caracal to the Serval, African Wild Cat and the elusive Leopard. This newsletter provides an overview of these cats.
Secondly what to do on a rainy day in the Drakensberg
Moreover, In the steps of the San – The meaning of certain elements in their rock art.
This is a continuation of a series of articles regarding the Drakensberg San.
The Injisuthi, Loskop and Ntabahlope Communities
Loskop and Ntabahlope are two of the most substantial communities in the Central Drakensberg. They fall within the Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality (KZN237). The area bordering on the Injisuthi Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Camp also includes a crucial traditional council area, namely the Amangwaan.
Injisuthi is also one of the remotest and unspoilt camps in the Drakensberg and entrances to the Ukahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage site.
Drakensberg Photographers – Mike Morgan
This is the first of a series of articles that introduces some of the renowned photographers of the Drakensberg. Mike has a rare ability to capture the magnificence of sunrise.
What happened to the San of the Drakensberg
There is a widespread belief that the San were exterminated. However, this belief is now discounted, and it is accepted that they were decimated, assimilated and some ‘emigrated’.
A popular trail that skirts the edge of Cathkin Park’s Matterhorn