Welcome to Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge
Situated in the Northern Drakensberg at the foot of the magnificent Sentinel Peak and looking across to the Drakensberg’s Mont-Aux-Sources and Amphitheater, with endangered bearded vultures soaring overhead.This beautiful mountainous area is home to a variety of landscapes, rich flora and fauna and some incredible Drakensberg accommodation in the heart of it all. Whatever your fancy, you’re sure to find plenty of ways to enjoy the real great outdoors while enjoying our accommodation at Witsieshoek.
Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge provides comfortable and scenic Drakensberg accommodation for hikers, climbers, adventure travellers and families. At 2220m above sea level, Witsieshoek is the highest lodge in the Northern Drakensberg and is the perfect place from which to explore the wonders of these incredible mountains in all their glory. Read More ->
There are numerous outdoor activities to be enjoyed around Witsieshoek Mountain Lodge. The area offers some of the best hiking trails in South Africa as well as excellent camping, rock climbing, mountain biking, bird watching and much more. Climb Sentinel Peak via the famous chain ladders and peer over the precipice at the source of Tugela Falls, the second highest single fall in the world. Read More ->
The Drakensberg is the highest mountain range in South Africa. It spans across the Eastern Cape, Lesotho, Swaziland, KwaZulu- Natal and Mpumalanga. Its highest peak reaches over 3000 metres and the landscape incorporates towering peaks, roiling foothills and vast contrasts of seas of green and gold. The Drakensberg was first named “uKhahlamba” by the Zulu which means, “barrier of spears”. Read More – >
Why Stay at Witsieshoek?
Close proximity to the Chain Ladders.
Easy access to the Amphitheatre.
Rock climbing on spectacular cliff faces.
Hiking trails through the Drakensberg mountain range.
Conference facilities up to 120 delegates.
Situated at the base of the Drakensberg’s Sentinel Peak.
Comfortable and scenic accommodation.
Close to Golden Gate National Park.