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A Drakensberg Eco Camp

By Johan Kloppers

Sungubala Eco Camp lies in the heart of South Africa's pristine Northern Drakensberg wilderness, directly below Hlolela and Sungubala (2 000m in height), just north of the Royal Natal National Park.

Set on a secluded mountain farm overlooking the Sungubala valley, Sungubala Eco Camp is a self-catering option for nature lovers, those in search of an active getaway, or a quiet place to simply relax.

In keeping with the eco theme, all power is wind and solar generated. Gas is used for cooking and water heating.

Accommodation is provided in a range of affordable self-catering options, from two well-equipped two-bedroomed chalets sleeping five people, a rustic mountain bungalow sleeping six or three double rondawels sleeping two each. Hikes and trails leaving from the grounds range from easy to fairly difficult.

The Eco Camp is a great base from which to explore the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Site. Activities include a swimming pool, MTB trails, equipped kiddies play area and daily guided hikes, while nearby there is horse riding and an adventures centre.

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