Antbear Guest House is the ideal place for feeding your soul and rekindling your spirit on your KwaZulu-Natal holiday. Whichever way you decide to explore the area your journey will pass through some of the most inspiring landscape and wildlife areas in South Africa.
Antbear Guest House encourages guests to go for walks in the area, and picnic baskets can be arranged for a light lunch on the hill. Of course there is plenty to do in the area on your KwaZulu-Natal holiday, but if you want to just lie back and chill that's a great option too.
Exciting activities that can be done on your KwaZulu-Natal holiday include visiting the Bushman paintings, horse riding though a private game reserve, canoe trips, canopy tours and the Midlands Meander to mention but a few. Golfing enthusiats on their KwaZulu-Natal holiday will be delighted to know that a number of golf courses can be found in the area, both 9 and 18 holes.
Guests can visit Wagondrift dam and Moor Park which are two small conservation service nature reserves where Bushbuck, mountain Reedbuck, Black Wildebeest, Zebra and Impala abound. The Spioenkop Game Reserve, though small, allows for excellent game viewing throughout the year.
Moor Park is renowned for its bird life including a pair of nesting Black Eagles. For anglers interested in not only catching Trout, but also learning about their lifecycle, Kamberg is a special treat. White water rafting is also available on the Tugela River on your KwaZulu-Natal holiday.
The Southern Drakensberg is as easily reached from the Antbear as the Northern part. Why not go on a day trip to the Sani Pass, if you have a 4x4 it makes for wonderful driving. The back roads hug the berg and the lack of other vehicles along this way is almost suspicious.
Giants Castle, which is 35km from Antbear, has splendid mountain scenery. Giants Castle is a mecca for those who love strenuous hiking trails, as well as those who prefer a leisurely stroll along the contour path to experience the peace and silence of the wilderness.
This reserve is famous for its caves and shelters are rich in San rock art. Another popular attraction for your KwaZulu-Natal holiday is the Lammergeyer hide where Lammergeyers (an endangered bird of prey) and Cape Vultures can be viewed feeding.