Tucked away in a valley, shadowed by a mighty mountain is one such place.
On the foothills of the Northern Drakensberg you will find us,
Hlalanathi Drakensberg Resort.
Beautifully set in the Natal Drakensberg, with 20 fully equipped
self-catering chalets, and spacious grassed caravan stands overlooking t
he Tugela River and Amphitheatre. Only 10 km from the WORLD FAMOUS
royal natal national park
Halfway between Gauteng and the coast, this is an ideal breakaway
resort with modern facilities and sparkling ablutions.
Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the Amphitheatre
Golf Course is situated next door to Hlalanathi.
This challenging Nine Hole boasts the Amphitheatre as a backdrop,
and has been developed with minimum impact on the ‘berg environment.
In and around the resort indigenous vegetation has been encouraged
and the water features have attracted an array of local bird life.
CARAVAN & CAMPING SITES
Restaurant: THE OAK & ALE
Facilities on the Resort
Water Slide and Rock Pool
Out brand new development, a 60 M super tube and Rock pool
Pump Track for the kiddies and the adults still young at heart.
Lanes and Road signs for the little Schumachers
Restaurant and Pub
Hlalanathi Berg Resort welcome Lisa and Geoff to manage the restaurant. The Oak & Ale Restaurant and Bar: Its family food, the way your mom used to make it! Lisa: 083 448 8298
Amphitheatre Golf Course is situated on Hlalanathi Berg Resort. It is a 9-hole course with 18 tees, with golf carts and clubs for hire. Second hand balls and tees are available in the shop.
The swimming pool is situated opposite the open grass area near the restaurant. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
The pool table is situated in the pub.
R20 for 2 bats + you have to buy your balls in the shop. On returning the bats you will get R10 back.
R20 deposit for 2 tennis rackets. You have to buy your balls in the shop. On returning the rackets you get your R10 back.
There are bass in the dams on the Golf course.
You can walk to the river or up Trilby Hill from the resort, Trilby is a easy hike for the whole family, even little five year olds are able to take in the breathtaking view from up top
The chalets are serviced daily, however, if you need laundry done you need to bring the items to reception and complete a laundry list. Your washing will be returned to your chalet or campsite within 24 hours.
shop is open from 7h30 until 15h30, 7 days a week.
The convenience shop stocks basic necessities, sporting items and small gifts as well as wood, charcoal, etc. Newspapers are only available on Sundays
Royal Natal National Park
Our main attraction is only 10 km away. This National Park boasts the second highest water fall in the world, the Tugela Falls, with the Amphitheatre as its backdrop. Perfect for a family day out, offering walks and Hikes for the whole family as well as more challenging hikes for the more experienced hikers. we have an information book with all the walks and hikes in our reception
The Northern Horse offers people from all over the world the opportunity to explore the pristine Drakensberg Valley on the backs of happy, strong mountain horses and ponies
All Out Adventures
Highlights include SA’s fastest Cable Tour, Adventure Quad Trails, 150 km of marked mountain bike trails, and a hair raising 17 meter free fall King Swing accessed by a wooden spiral stair case that snakes 21 meters
to the tree tops. Abseiling, Bungee Bounce, Flying Trapeze,King Swing, Extreme Zip Line, Paintball, and
Drakensberg Power Station
Take a mind blowing tour of how electricity is made.
Sterkfontein Dam Nature Reserve
18 000 HA of unspoilt land, The terrain varies from veld to forest. Wildlife is not prominent but there are several antelopes to be spotted. Every year in February the reserve hosts hosts the annual Catamaran Championships on the 7,000 ha dam. Visitors can also enjoy water sports activities such as fishing and canoeing. A Fisher-mans Paradise!
Spionkop Nature Reserve
visitors can view panoramas that stretch from hot valley bush-veld across to the Drakensberg Mountains, often covered in snow in the winter. Steeped in Anglo-Boer War history,
the Reserve boasts a rich selection of wildlife amongst thorn savanna vegetation.Game drives,