Situated in the Champagne Valley, the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir is the toast of the breathtaking Berg. South Africa’s singing ambassadors will win you over with their traditional Wednesday concerts. For a glimpse into the rich history of the region, a tourist attraction not to be missed is a visit to one of the many museums. Artifacts, information and photographs about the Zulus, the Boers and the British make for a fascinating insight into the region’s past. Include a tour of the famous battlefields such as Spion Kop as well as the many war memorial sites and monuments. Witness one of the Drakensberg’s richest cultural sights by viewing a Bushman/San rock painting or plan a daytrip to a game reserve for a wildlife experience.
There are so many wonderful and interesting places to visit amidst the spectacular mountain scenery.