Welcome to our little piece of heaven…
George and Gena Conradie welcomes you to Drakensbergkloof Guest Farm and Wedding Venue. A picturesque farm which showcases the lush beauty of KwaZulu-Natal with indigious flora.
“Our dream was to share this little piece of heaven with the people of South Africa and there is no better way to bring people together than through celebrations. We live such hurried lives that the beauty of nature passes us by. Here at Drakensbergkloof we want our guests to take it all in, reconnect to your loved-ones and breath.” Gena Conradie.
Your love is like a waterfall
The farm features three natural waterfalls, with the biggest one situated close to the chalet, flowing with crystal-clear rushing water and coming to rest in beautiful freshwater mountain pools.
A secret pathway leads to another waterfall, tucked away between the lush greenery on the farm and making it the ideal spot for a romantic picnic, special moment or private hideaway.
Adding magic to your ceremony
The third waterfall is located next to the chapel on the farm, forming a lovely natural part of the scenery and adding a magical sparkle to wedding ceremonies.
Part of the range of geological wonders on the farm, are so-called environmental “potholes” that has formed within the cliffs. These unique swirl holes are the result of decades of churning eddies of water, causing extensive water erosion over time and resulting in cylindrical rock sculptures that look as though they would be more at home in an art gallery.
Preserving our heritage
Two sets of authentic Bushman rock art can be viewed on the farm. These precious sites are well preserved and protected for its irreplaceable historic value.
The luscious local plant life acts as a welcome attraction for a large bird population on the farm. Avid anglers can make their way to the dams on the farm for some trout and bass fishing (catch and release).
Wedding Venue, Guest Farm, Conference Centre
Would you like to visit Drakensbergkloof and see the beautiful landscape and venue first hand? We would love to hear from you.