Drakensberg Mountains


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Dra·kens·berg Mountains

 (drä′kənz-bûrg′)
A range of eastern South Africa and Lesotho rising to 3,482 m (11,424 ft).
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The Drakensberg Mountains or uKhahlamba, known as the Barrier of Spears, is a 200 kilometre-long mountainous wonderland and World Heritage Site.
The landscape of the Drakensberg mountains was powerful enough, and the wildlife was incredible, but it was the African people who really made the filming of Zulu so memorable.
Extreme land, air, and sea adventures, including river rafting down New Zealand's Rangitaiki River; trekking through the dense jungle of Ecuadorean wildlife reserves; and deep-sea fishing or advanced scuba-diving in Turks & Caicos; helicoptering over Tahiti, Australia's Great Ocean Road, South Africa's Drakensberg Mountains, The Hobbit locations, and New Zealand's only active marine volcano.
Helicopter-ing over Tahiti, Australia's Great Ocean Road, South Africa's Drakensberg Mountains, The Hobbit locations, and New Zealand's only active marine volcano
Prepared as it was for the loss of their former president, the whole country was rocked from the top of the Drakensberg Mountains to the widest veldt, from Cape Town in the east to Durban in the west.
It features the dramatic Drakensberg Mountains, historic battlefields recalling the bloody Anglo-Boer and Zulu wars, wildlife-watching at its game reserves and a chance to kick back by the beach along a 375-mile stretch of Indian Ocean coastline.
Ardmore Ceramic Art was established by Fee Halsted on Ardmore Farm in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains of KwaZulu-Natal.
The wreckage was found in the Drakensberg Mountains, near Ladysmith, in KwaZulu-Natal province, AP reports.
FROM THE STUNNING Drakensberg Mountains in KwaZuluNatal, to Atlantic and Indian Ocean beaches and on to an international city of the stature of Cape Town, South Africa has much more to offer than the wildlife of popular imagination.
For Bushman rock art the critical role of ethnohistoric observations of painted sites in the very part of the Maloti- Drakensberg mountains where Likoaeng is located (Lewis-Williams 2003) also means that archaeological excavations there can help establish something of the historical dynamics of the region's late Holocene forager societies and thus the reliability with which late nineteenth-century comments can, or should, be generalised across time and space.
The River has its source from the Drakensberg Mountains in Mpumalanga province, east of Johannesburg.