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- Kamberg Nature Reserve forms part of the Maloti- Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site and is situated centrally in the foothills of the mountains.
- The reserve was proclaimed in 1951 and is 6 300 ha in extent.
- This reserve is particularly scenic, with a number of walks throughout the area.
- The natural landscape has many rock shelters, containing San rock paintings.
- These were created by the San people over a period of at least 4000 years.
- The rock paintings are outstanding in quality and diversity representing the spiritual life of the San people who no longer live in the region.
- It is ideally placed for visitors wishing to visit the many other access points in the Drakensburg
What To Do On Arrival
- Visitors who have reserved overnight accommodation must check in at the resort reception office.
- Office hours are between 08:00 - 16:00 daily,
- But closed between 13:00 - 14:00.
What To Bring
- Kamberg Resort is similar to all Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Resort’s where it is necessary to bring your own charcoal, food and beverages.
- The nearest supplies are obtainable at Rosetta, which is 42 km away, although the curio shop at the reception office supplies basic foods and some essentials.
- No pets are allowed into the reserve.
- No plug points for electric razors are available.
- Entrance gates to the park open and close at the following times:
- Summer (1 October - 31 March) 05:00 - 19:00
- Winter (1 April - 30 September) 06:00 - 18:00