Injisuthi Mountain Resort
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||Situated in the central section of uKhahlamba Drakensburg Park Drakensberg
||Please report to the camp office between 08:00- 12:30 and 14:00-16:30. Day visitors are required to pay an entrance fee. Accommodation may be taken up from 14:00 while check out time is 10:00 on the day departure.
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Family resort, accommodation in the Drakensberg mountains
Situated in the central section of uKhahlamba Drakensburg Park, Injisuthi is cradled between Injisuthi (or Little Tugela) and Cowl Fork rivers at the head of the Injisuthi Valley it is surrounded by magnificent scenery and is dominated by Cathkin Peak, Monk’s Cowl and Champagne Castle.
* 16x4 bed chalets
* 1x8 bed group cabin
* 3x2 bed safari camp
* Campsites without plug points (max 120)
* Overnight Hiking
Day trips and family activities
Walks into the Mdedelo Wilderness Area, adjacent to the camp, are incredibly scenic. Guided walks to the Battle Cave, famous for its San Rock art, are booked in advance and is limited to a minimum of four and a maximum of 20 people.
Trout Fishing - There are several kilometres of trout water for fishing. Trout anglers are required to pay a daily rod fee, which can be paid at the camp office. Please note that only recognized trout fishing tackle and techniques are permitted. Season closed 1 April- 1 September.
Fifteen four-bedded fully self-contained cabins each consisting of two bedrooms, a lounge/diningroom, bathroom, toilet and kitchenette with a refrigerator and a stove are available. Visitors are required do their own cooking and washing up.
Electricity is available between 17:30- 22:00 only and there are no plug points available. There is also one eight-bed fully self-contained cabin with a braai facility.
There are also three two-bedded safari-tents. Visitors must supply their own linen, bedding, cutlery and crockery. There is also a communal TV room and coffee shop available.
A camping ground with hot and cold water ablution facilities is available and can accommodate a total of 120 people in 20 sites.
Five caves; the Lower Injisuthi, Upper Injisuthi, Grindstone, Marble Baths and Wonder Valley Caves are ideal overnight stops for hikers. Cooking may only be done on portable gas equipment whilst in the wilderness area.
NB: No fires allowed. Hikers must also please remember that only official overnight camps stops may be used. Spades and trowels must be carried for toilet use.
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