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Didima Camp Conference Venue in uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, KwaZulu-Natal
Experience the Beauty of the Ukhahlamba Mountains. The Didima Conference Centre is situated with the magnificent mountain setting of the Cathedral Peak Valley with its unique blend of ancient cultural heritage and modern luxury, evokes the atmosphere of the bushman culture.
FACILITIES AT DIDIMA CAMP
ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE AT DIDIMA CAMP
The luxurious Didima Camp, at Cathedral Peak has been themed around the art of the San people. The San Rock Art Interpretive Centre provides fascinating insights into the art and culture of the San and includes static displays and audio-visual presentations featuring a reconstructed cave covered with accurate reproductions of actual San Art sites. Didima camp features 62 two-bed luxury chalets, 2 four-bed cabins, a two-bed honeymoon suite and a six-bed bungalow. Each of the two-bed chalets are back to back and an interleading door allows the two chalets to be converted into a four-bed family unit with self-catering facilities. The two four-bed cabins have two bedrooms each en-suite, a lounge/dining area and a kitchen, and the six-bed chalet has three bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities, a lounge/dining area and a kitchen. All accommodation at Didima boasts satellite television and cosy fireplaces. The central lodge provides a restaurant and bar, fireplaces throughout, an intimate lounge and a shop for groceries and curios. The state-of-the-art conference facility seats 140 delegates and a large breakaway facility doubles as a wedding chapel with a full height glass wall framing the splendour of Cathedral Peak. Cathedral Peak is a stunning mountain paradise. Hiking and walking are the main activities with various hiking and walking trails ranging from a few hours on the mountain paths to several days of hiking. Mike's Pass offers an excellent drive to the top of the little Berg near the head of Didima Gorge with awe-inspiring views of the main escarpment and surrounding lowlands. Nature lovers can explore the extensive grasslands and mountain forest patches and observe a variety of bird and animal species. The Didima San art interpretive centre, which opened in 2003, provides fascinating insights into the art and culture of the San and includes static displays and a variety of audio-visual presentations. Cathedral Peak campsite features 21 shady well spaced camping and caravan sites. Campsites share coldwater taps. Barbecue facilities are available with firewood for sale. The ablution block features toilets, hot showers, baths and dishwashing facilities.