Cathedral Peak Hotel

Address: KwaZulu-Natal, 3340, uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal, 3340, South Africa | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel is located on KwaZulu-Natal, 3340, uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park.
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      Travel Blogs from uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park

      Estcourt - SA's hidden treasure

      A travel blog entry by sambam1706 on Nov 24, 2013

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      What a lovely place and family to return back too! Upon arrival in Estcourt we headed straight to the running club where luckily Jen wasn't running due to a strained calf so it was a good excuse for me to miss out on the running too and rather test the wines :)! With a good mix of people and a great club bar I definitely got the vibe that this is a …

      Durban/Umhlanga

      A travel blog entry by samandalice on Jun 06, 2014

      ... Durban. We have coincided our visit with the worst weather here this year, as it was chilly, windy and rainy yesterday. We still made it to the aquarium (ok for adults, would be fantastic with kids), a shark dissection and a quick trip to Ballito. We then went to our friend's Ingrid and Alan for dinner, and John Frith was also there. Great to catch up and see everyone doing so well. The weather has been better today- sunny but chilly. We made it to ...

      Rural Life and Soccer!

      A travel blog entry by alexdaugherty on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... The next day, we learned how traditional Zulu grass mats are made (surprise: I’m not good at weaving). We then visited a local museum which had beautiful Zulu clay pots and grass baskets and viewed artwork that prisoners had made. In the afternoon we had a wonderful traditional meal with some of the best chicken I have ever had and then learned how to do traditional Zulu beading. I was actually competent at beading, which was a huge surprise, and made a ...

      Melville, Glenhills and the Luthuli museum

      A travel blog entry by katyn19 on May 17, 2013

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      ... and money to support these people - then I could see the benefits of documenting the visit, but it still seemed like a double edged sword to me and I know which side cut sharpest. I decided not to take photos myself but to sit and take it all in instead. As I did, I was saddened by an 18 month old toddler walking around the central grassy area with a dirty, snot encrusted face. My nephew is this age and the contrast could not be starker. It was fantastic to donate clothes to ...

      On a slippery slope

      A travel blog entry by kamyp on Jan 23, 2010

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      I can only describe this day as glorious.The weather was playing along with us. It was temperate,the humidity was low and it was not raining. After catching a quick breakfast, we were off to the Drakensberg Hotel where the attendant at the leisure desk gave us advice on the best hike close to the hotel. We decided that we were going to hike the 7km Blue grotto hike. He had told us that the trail had two waterfalls and the trail would take approximately 3 hours to complete.He ...