Graves and Monuments at Spioenkop Battlefield. Near Winterton. KwaZulu Natal. South Africa If you'd like to see more images of Africa, please visit www.africaimagery.com and www.oldcanvasexpeditions.com
River Rafting in Drakensberg - River Rafting is a popular activity in the Drakensberg. A River Rafting adventure is a pleasant mixture of a sociable meander down a river and an adrenaline filled experience negotiating rapids. Which river you choose will depend on how much of an adrenaline rush you want. The Tugela River is the most technically difficult river where commercially run River Rafting trips are offered. A safety briefing, swimming practice and good control of the boat is…
Outrageous Adventures - Abseiling. Get your adrenaline fix from us in the beautiful surroundings of Clarens. We offer abseiling, archery, quad-bike trips, mountain-bike tours, 4x4, paintball, river rafting, mountain boarding and various teambuilding activities.
River Rafting in South Coast KwaZulu-Natal - The Drakensberg is a high rainfall area and this water feeds many of the great rivers that end their journey in the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast. The Umkomaas river (or Mkomati River) starts its journey at an altitude of over 3,000 meters. From its source near the Giant’s Castle, it travels 298 kilometers to its mouth on the Indian Ocean.
TUGELA FALLS, South Africa - The infant Tugela River makes a series of 5 consecutive leaps down the amphitheater wall in the high Drakensberg Mountains. The initial horsetail is on the order of 597 feet (182m), followed shortly afterward by a leap of 1350 feet (411m). The three subsequent falls, which over the years haven’t consistently been included in the overall height given for the falls, occur in rapid succession and comprise the balance of the 3,110 feet (948m) of elevation loss.