...a magnificent mountainous area where you'll find birds like Bald Ibis etc...

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park is one of the few “combined” world heritage sites – natural and cultural resources are protected here. In addition to the unique flora and fauna of this area, there are the ancient rock paintings of the San Bushman. They were the first to use  colour and dimension in their depictions.

In this magnificent mountainous area some 150 bird species have been recorded. You'll find birds like Bald Ibis, Black Stork, Bearded and Cape Vultures, Black Eagle, Jackal Buzzard, Black Harrier, Alpine and Horus Swifts, Bush Blackcap, Chorister Robinchat, Guerney's Sugarbird, Buffstreaked Chat, Ground Woodpecker, Cape and Sentinel Rock Thrush, Orangebreasted Rockjumper, Layard's Titbabbler, Rock and Mountain Pipits, Thickbilled Lark, etc. 

You’ll also see animals like eland, klipspringer, mountain reedbuck, Chacma baboon and others.

 
  Some of the important bird areas in our region:
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  • Ndumo Reserve
  • Dlinza and Umgoye
  • Drakensberg
  • Wakkerstroom
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