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The Drakensberg and Sani Pass are undoubtedly amongst the most stunning places in the world. Note that The Sani Pass is a boulder strewn steep and narrow mountain road with many hairpin bends and sheer drops and no barriers. You either walk it ( and...More
South African roads have often been criticised for the number of potholes but if this had been a smooth ride it would have been disappointing. Apart from the magnificent scenery part of the experience is to claim bragging rights about how easily your vehicle handled...More
A group of 10 friends in a convoy along Sani Pass road through Himeville. The first 5km of tarred surface is nice for preparing to tackle the next 10km of tolerable gravel road. What a lovely sightseeing adventure all the way up to the Lesotho...More
Such an awesome, beautiful experience and completely doable. Walking up the pass allows to you to see so much more of the breathtaking scenery. I would really recommended taking a hike up - it’s well worth it.
The Sani Top Backpackers is great, comfortable private rooms at a bargain price, a kitchen, ... You must stay at least one night for the sunset, night sky and sunrise and for hiking to much superior viewpoints either South, Hodgson Peak, or North, about one...More
Certainly worth the trip - the first 10km from the SA border post is quiet rocky and bumpy. Beautiful drive as you go up the valley and into the last switchbacks on the top of the past. Stunning views as you switched back into South...More
This is what I needed for my birthday, the Highest point in Africa. The ride there was great, the frozen waterfalls and the gorges and the rocks the hills and mountains. WOW what a destination, the Basotho village on top and the history of them....More
An unbelievable drive that ABSOLUTES require a 4x4. They even check at the border to be sure you have an appropriate vehicle to safely navigate the roads. It was an unpaved road with lots of bumps so be sure to either feel comfortable driving on...More