The Amazian Mountain River Lodge in Underberg with its tranquil surroundings provides the perfect escape away from the hustle and bustle of everyday city life.
This privately owned Amazian mountain lodge in the Drakensberg does not accommodate children and is the ideal location for the couple looking for a romantic and peaceful holiday.
The lodge is in the Southern Drakensberg near the uKhahlamba a world heritage site. The owners of the Lodge go out of their way to offer their guests a warm and homely environment where meals and service can be enjoyed in a scenic setting.
There are only seven luxury suites on offer at Amazian. These welcoming and well-appointed suites consist of either a queen or a king bed and offer breathtaking views of the river. The bathrooms in the suites feature a separate bath and shower as well as climate control to ensure that guests are always comfortable during their stay.
The Lodge features its very own spa where guests can enjoy aromatherapy hot stone massage and other relaxing treatments. The resort also offers a Jacuzzi where guests can relax and enjoy a glass of champagne. Guests are invited to spend some time detoxing in the lodge's sauna.
There are some activities for guests to enjoy while staying at the Amazian Mountain River Lodge. These events allow visitors to explore and take in the beautiful area that surrounds them. Visitors in the Southern Drakensberg of South Africa can enjoy a relaxing and peaceful walk to the gorge. There is also offers a small rowing boat that guests can use to row up the river. For the adventurous, quad bike trails are available.
The river also provides the perfect setting for trout fishing. The Tube rides down the rapids are a popular activity at the lodge. For the beginner, there is a 1 1/2 hour trip and for the more experienced the 4 hours or more challenging journey can be enjoyed. Guests can also explore the beautiful surroundings from the back of a horse. Bird watching is a favourite activity with guests in the area surrounding the lodge is rich in birdlife.