Sungubala Eco Camp

Set on a secluded mountain farm in the Northern Drakensberg Nature Reserve, overlooking the Sungubala Valley is the Sungubala Eco Camp. This is a self-catering camp, ideal for a nature lover’s active getaway. The camp is equally suited for just relaxing. The Sungubala Farm is also home of the Silent Woman, a rock carving crafted in the 1950s by artist and wanderer, William Chalmers.

The Eco Camp is a great base from which to explore the greater Cavern Nature Reserve and the uKhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Site. Activities include mountain biking, hiking, trail running, swimming, horse riding, birding as well as other recreational activities.

In keeping with the eco theme, all power is solar generated. Gas is used for cooking, and water heating. Sungubala Eco Camp has various accommodation options and the camp comprises 16 units in total and sleeps up to 42 people.

The communal facilities include the boma, fire-pit, 2 kitchens, lounge, braai area, and swimming pool, which makes Sungubala Eco Camp ideal for groups and gatherings. The entire camp can be booked for exclusive getaways.

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