Within the picturesque landscape of the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park, a World Heritage site known for its San Rock Art, and just east of Lesotho is Didima. Themed to the San and their art, complete with an intuitive interpretive Centre providing insight into the lives of the region’s former inhabitants, Didima is the ideal place from which to experience the area.
This region is truly a paradise for eager hikers and walking enthusiasts with routes to suit every taste and ability level – you can walk for a few hours or a few days if you prefer. A scenic drive is also available via Mike’s Pass leading to the top of Little Berg while the Didima Rock Art Centre is well worth visiting.
Accommodation comprises 62 two-bed Luxury Chalets, 2 four-bed Cabins, 1 two-bed Honeymoon Suite and a six-bed Bungalow. The chalets, positioned back to back with inter-leading doors, can be adapted to four-bed family units. All feature satellite television, en suite facilities, and fireplace while the larger units include lounge and kitchen areas. The main lodge features a restaurant, bar, lounge, fireplace, and shop for supplies and curios.
- Situated in the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park, east of Lesotho and north of Monk’s Cowl
- Dream destination for walking enthusiasts with trails ranging from a few hours to several days
- Area rich in San rock art has been declared a World Heritage Site
- Didima Rock Art Centre gives insight into the lives of the San and discovery of their art
- Variety of accommodation options