Self Catering Accommodation in the Drakensberg Mountains
Superb, Affordable Four Star Superior Rated Accommodation
|Misty Peaks – your ticket to paradise in the Champagne valley region of the Central Drakensberg world heritage mountains of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa
|Misty Peaks is located on a private eco estate adjacent to the Drakensberg Sun Resort and Hotel in the Champagne Valley - one of the most beautiful of all the Drakensberg mountain valleys.
With Cathkin Peak and Champagne Castle towering over all who enter the valley one cannot help but feel awe inspired by the spectacular scenery. Cathkin peak at 3149m above sea level is not quite the highest mountain in the region, but it is certainly the most prominent feature.
Misty peaks offers you a choice of 2 upmarket , 4 star, AA Superior graded self catering villa’s fully equiped with all the comforts to make your stay a truly fantastic and memorable experience.
Misty Peaks is located in an area that one can only describe as paradise. Stunning scenery, amazing birdlife and on a clear night more stars in the sky than you ever believed possible. Whether you are looking to simply relax and unwind from the daily rigours of life or looking to thrill your senses with one of the many activities on offer in the valley we guarantee you will have a great time and leave wanting to return as soon as possible. The sheer beauty of the area and the tranquil surrounds make Champagne valley and the Drakensberg mountains an outstanding destination of choice.
The Drakensberg mountain range is one of the finest hiking destinations in South Africa – and possibly Africa. Many trails are in age old indigenous forests dotted with streams, waterfalls and pools. Others are in the open on the grassy plains and display panoramic views of the mountains. For the serious hiker there are well worn paths into the mountains where most of the towering peaks await your arrival however no matter which direction you choose to follow you will not fail to be amazed at how beautiful the area is and understand why it was awarded world heritage status in two categories – cultural and natural.
On 29th November 2000, this magnificent mountain region of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park joined an extended family of 630 World Heritage Sites. The World Heritage inscription for this mountain area to be known as the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park endorses this place of special environmental importance by the world community to be of “ outstanding universal value” in terms of UNESCO World Heritage Convention.