The Qwantani Berg and Bush Resort is located on the banks of the picturesque Sterkfontein Dam, just 43km from Harrismith in the Drakensberg of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This family and leisure resort offers fifty luxury three-bedroom self-catering chalets accommodating a maximum of six guests.
Expect beautiful sunrises and sunsets, wake the sounds of birds and surrounding photogenic countryside, enjoy tasty meals in the restaurant with drinks at the bar, relaxing treatments at the spa and a variety of onsite activities. An ideal destination for a multitude of reasons, from conferencing and team building, family holidays to romantic getaways, weddings, A restaurant, in-room dining available, bar, a sparkling pool to enjoy swimming in.
The Martial Eagle Restaurant offers freshly prepared home-style meals. The La Vita Wellness Spa provides several treatments from manicures to massages, a Jacuzzi and a sauna all ready to ensure you relax and enjoy the experience.
The chalets provided a well-equipped kitchen with an oven, microwave and outdoor braai facility. Each chalet is has a TV with selected DSTV channels a cosy place to lounge in, a fireplace with an outside area to enjoy. The sparkling swimming pool is located in a central position by the main area and has an adult and children's pool. There is a main lounge area and a general store. There is wifi connection onsite.
There is a wide selection of activities available onsite to suit everyone including, fishing and fly-fishing, adventure golf, bird watching, horse riding in the surrounding valleys, bicycle hire, a badminton area, netball, tennis, squash, volleyball, a kid's club and playground a trampoline, an animal farm, childminding is offered, a games room and a selection of board games, tractor rides, pony rides.
A boma to enjoy sitting around the fire in the evenings. A central braai area is available, several hiking trails, open-air chess, canoeing, snorkelling, a barge cruise, a private jetty.
Nearby there is the Basotho Cultural Village in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park ready for you to experience the lifestyle and homes of the South Sotho people from the sixteenth century to their colourful present day. Lions Rock Big Cat Sanctuary offers photo drives, horse riding, bird watching and the staff will let you know about several nearby hiking trails.