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Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge View of the Amphitheatre

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Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge is the idea base for hikking groups and for a rest from the city. The view of the Amphitheatre from Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge is breathtaking!

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A: Witsieshoek Mountian Lodge Dinning Room

di John Gore, 90 metri di distanza

Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation, and is an ideal for hikers and exp...

Witsieshoek Mountian Lodge Dinning Room

B: Sentinel Peak Car Park near the Drakensberg Amphitheatre

di John Gore, 4.7 km di distanza

The Sentinel Car Park near Witsieshoek Lodge offers the ideal base for hikers. From here hikers can h...

Sentinel Peak Car Park near the Drakensberg Amphitheatre

C: The Amphitheatre in the Drakensberg Mountain Range

di John Gore, 4.9 km di distanza

The Amphitheatre is the main feature of the Royal Natal National Park in the Drakensberg Mountain Ran...

The Amphitheatre in the Drakensberg Mountain Range

D: Royal Natal National Park Dam

di John Gore, 5.5 km di distanza

The Royal Natal National Park is one of the most popular hiking destinations in South Africa. This po...

Royal Natal National Park Dam

E: Sentinel View of Amphitheatre in the Drakensberg Mountains

di John Gore, 5.7 km di distanza

The hike to the top of the Sentinel offers some wonderful views into the Free State Province and the ...

Sentinel View of Amphitheatre in the Drakensberg Mountains

F: Sentinel Peak View from top of Amphiteatre

di John Gore, 6.6 km di distanza

After hiking up to the top of the Amphiteatre from the Sentinel Peak Car Park, one is greated with th...

Sentinel Peak View from top of Amphiteatre

G: Chain Ladder on Amphitheatre Hiking Trail in Drakensberg

di John Gore, 7.0 km di distanza

The Hiking Trail from the Sentinel Peak Car Park to the top of the Amphitheatre features 2 chain ladd...

Chain Ladder on Amphitheatre Hiking Trail in Drakensberg

H: Chain Ladder on Amphitheatre Hike in the Drakensberg

di John Gore, 7.0 km di distanza

The infamous Chain Ladders of the Amphitheatre Hike certainly are not for the faint of heart, or thos...

Chain Ladder on Amphitheatre Hike in the Drakensberg

I: Top of Tugela Falls View of Amphitheatre

di John Gore, 7.4 km di distanza

The second highest waterfall in the world! The Tugela Falls drops down 5 tiers, a total of 948 meters...

Top of Tugela Falls View of Amphitheatre

J: Top of the Amphitheatre

di John Gore, 7.4 km di distanza

The view from the top of the Amphiteature is simply breathtaking. The sheer cliff face is over 1200 m...

Top of the Amphitheatre

Questo panorama è stato scattato in South Africa, Africa

Questa è una vista generale di Africa

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Text by Steve Smith.

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