Take a pleasant hike in stunning surrounds to visit rock art caves that tell fascinating stories of the life of the San people of long ago. This is a truly African experience that will give you very special memories to take home with you. Your guide will ensure that all in the group are happy with the speed at which you are walking, as your comfort is important to us.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Underberg – We arrange our departure from the Underberg Tourism Office at the Clock Tower Centre (view map), alternatively we can pick you up from your accommodation.|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 8.15 AM for a prompt departure at 8.30 AM.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 3.00 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable closed shoes. Bring along something warm as there is a chance of experiencing all four seasons in one day!|
|DO NOT FORGET||Camera
In summer the mountain streams make the perfect spot to cool down after a day of hiking so bring along your cozzie!
About San Rock Paintings
These rock paintings are hidden gems waiting to be discovered and enjoyed. Discovering these paintings with the help of a guide is a truly rewarding feeling. Rock art experts feel strongly that these paintings are of the world’s most sophisticated art pieces. However, you need not be a fan of art to appreciate these paintings. The art paints a picture of the life of the San people, giving us a beautiful glimpse into the history of the Drakensberg. Paintings include pictures of people and animals, like the eland antelope which can still be found roaming areas like the Cobham Nature Reserve.