Injisuthi - Escapment View
Injisuthi - Resort View
Injisuthi - Camp
Injisuthi - Valley View
Injisuthi - Mist
Injisuthi - Chalets

Activities in Injisuthi

Visitors Activities

  • Walks into the well known Cataract Valley and 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.
  • Overnight hiking routes extend deep into valleys and forests of the area and up onto the main escarpment, ensuring a pure wilderness experience with breathtaking views and scenery.
  • Day hikes and walks consist of routes that are graded from easy to difficult.
  • Some of them have gloriously refreshing rock pools that beg to be swum in, the crisp berg water will leave you feeling completely rejuvenated.
  • The weather can change suddenly and become very cold so hikers are advised to be well equipped.


  • The Mountain Rescue Register must to be completed before you begin your hike.
  • Make sure you sign out again when you return.
  • Ensure that you complete the Mountain Rescue Register correctly and in detail.
  • It is very often the only information the rescue team has to go on if you have an accident or get lost.
  • When you leave the park, it is essential that you record your return in the Mountain Rescue Register.
  • Failure to do so wastes valuable time for managers during rescue operations.
  • Your life may depend on this information.

Trout Fishing

  • There are several kilometres of trout waters for fishing.
  • Trout anglers are required to pay a daily rod fee, which can be paid at the reception office.
  • Please note that only recognised trout fishing tackle and techniques are permitted.
  • Fishing is available all year round.


  • It is essential to obtain an exit permit from the reception office before your depature.
  • No pets of any kind are permitted in the reserve.
  • NB: No fires are allowed.
  • Hikers must also please remember that only official overnight camp stops may be used.
  • Spades and trowels must be carried for toilet use.
  • No petrol or oil is available.
  • No wood may be collected in the park.
  • Charcoal and wood are sold at the curio shop.
  • Limited basic groceries are available at the reception office.
  • Please provide all your own food and drinks as the nearest town is Estcourt, 60 km away.
  • Credit cards are accepted. (Master card and Visa only).
  • No generators are permitted in the campsites.
  • Motorcycles may only be used as transport to and from the park or within the camp area.

Gate entry times:

  • Summer (1 October - 31 March) 05:00-19:00
  • Winter (1 April - 30 September) 06:00-18:00
  • Fridays
  • Summer (1 October to 31 March) 05:00-20:00
  • Winter (1 April - 30 September) 06:00-19:00

Injisuthi Gallery