San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

A flaming sunset over the Drakensberg mountain range, South Africa. The Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  Photo by: Morkel Erasmus.

A flaming sunset over the Drakensberg mountain range, South Africa. The Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Photo by: Morkel Erasmus.

Mooi River, KwaZulu/Natal, South Africa by J. Adamson. More travel wanderlust along the Midlands Meander: www.midlandsmeander.co.za

Mooi River, KwaZulu/Natal, South Africa by J. Adamson. More travel wanderlust along the Midlands Meander: www.midlandsmeander.co.za

Waterfall on a cave, with the  sandstone and basalt escarpment in the Drakensberg, KwaZulu Natal

Waterfall on a cave, with the sandstone and basalt escarpment in the Drakensberg, KwaZulu Natal

The second highest waterfall in the world, Tugela Falls from top of the Tugela Gorge in the Royal Natal Park, northern Drakensberg

The second highest waterfall in the world, Tugela Falls from top of the Tugela Gorge in the Royal Natal Park, northern Drakensberg

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