Dalmore Farm Guest House

Dalmore Farm, Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dalmore Farm, Bergville.
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    Travel Blogs from Bergville

    South Africa: Drakensberg mountains

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Sep 03, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... I did a little hike to see some cave paintings. Some of the paintings were 150 years old. Some were 5000 years old. Frankly I walked away relatively unimpressed and convinced the paintings were the work of shamans who were high on weed. I spent 4 nights after my time in the Drakensberg in Durban. I didn't do very much aside from socializing with other backpackers. Highlight was going out with 4 German lawyers who taught me some German. One observed that the German word ...

    Back to South Africa...

    A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... below. As we continue on towards our lodge, we pass some of the best farmland and corn and soys that we have seen in Bergville. Many of the fields have Pioneer and Dekalb signs in front of them. No farmers here plant headlands... not sure why. We soon arrive at Alpine Heath lodge. This is a different kind of lodge, the setting looks like you are in the foothills of the Alps. The lodges are not bad, but when we arrived our room was really stuffy and ...

    Sunday

    A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Sep 01, 2013

    Lazy day today, not a lot happening. However in the evening five rhino turned up. Unfortunately it was when I was preparing dinner, so I went outside to look for the others to check how many green peppers it was ok to use, and ended up following them quite a way over thistles only to see they were 40 or so metres from five rhino. It was the family we see most often, the female, female subadult and oldest calf, and the bull rhino and then the young male subadult had joined them, looking ...

    Local colour

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Aug 25, 2013

    ... alluring, non-threatening, and just a teensy bit vulnerable in an attempt to attract cars into picking me up like some sort of car preying parasitic worm. Luckily South African drivers appear to be nicely amenable to your friendly neighbourhood hitcher. Most enjoyable is an Afrikaans chap who tells me all sorts of awful things about the direction the country's going in. He begins most sentences with "I'm not racist but..." ...

    Nambiti

    A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Aug 21, 2013

    1 comment, 107 photos

    ... made for some amusing pictures. However he was behind long grass so it was tricky getting the focus right, other wise it could have just been highly defined grass, so I had to keep refocussing manually.

    We then went on an elephant hunt, and managed to find a couple of bulls. However they had gone down into the thick bush in the valley, so we drove to the opposite side to get a look from there. Although it seemed like a good idea at the time, they then went back up into ...