• Queen Rose Hiking Trail

    Queen Rose Hiking Trail

    The Queen Rose Hiking Trail is located in the mountains east of Barberton in the Nelshoogte forest reserve. It follows the Montrose and Queens Rivers and is possibly one of the most scenic trails in South Africa. It is 330 km from Gauteng, between Badplaas and Barberton, in Mpumalanga.

  • Highlands Hiking Trail

    Highlands Hiking Trail

    A three day, four night walking holiday based in the beautiful Eastern Cape Highlands - also known as "The Wild Side of the Drakensberg". After three days of breathtaking scenery carrying only your daybags, this hike leaves you with fantastic memories of spectacular and unspoiled views from the top of peaks overlooking the Maloti mountains of Lesotho.

  • Wild Coast Meander

    Wild Coast Meander

    The Wild Coast Meander is a hotel hiking trail covering 56 km of the southern region of the Wild Coast of Southern Africa. The terrain is moderate and magnificent in its isolation and natural splendour. Accommodation is provided nightly in one of the famous old coastal resorts, known for unique settings and warm hospitality.

  • Wathaba Hiking Trails

    Wathaba Hiking Trails

    The breathtaking Wathaba Hiking Trails, situated 20.8 km from Machadodorp on route to Badplaas, offers all hikers and nature lovers a piece of heaven, with its tranquility and beautiful surroundings. Wathaba is a wilderness area in the Skurweberg Mountains boasting magnificent waterfalls, fauna and flora like wild flowers, mushrooms and lichens. Its indigenous kloof vegetation with over a hundred different tree species is home to an array of some of Mpumalanga’s most spectacular bird life.