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The Amble (Albert Falls arts and Crafts meander) includes Bi
The Amble was stablished in October 1997. The tourism initiative centered on the Albert Falls and takes advantage of attractions and activities in the Albert Falls area immediately north-east of Pietermaritzburg. A popular landmark in Umvoti County, the initiative is spreading and now includes the historic locations of Bishopstowe, Cramond, Dalton, New Hanover, Wartburg, Hermannsburg and Kranskop.
The bird life is prolific with an abundance of water birds and other species, and there are several trails along the Amble worth exploring. It is not by chance that the fish eagle is the emblem of the Albert Falls Amble, as its unique cry can be heard throughout the area. For those lazy days there are picnic areas, tea gardens and animal farms. Whilst ambling, the Albert Falls region is a popular day trip for visitors to Pietermaritzburg, there are several hotels, a host of bed and breakfasts establishments, self-catering units, as well as camping and caravanning sites.
Accommodation in and around Amajuba DistrictThe Farmhouse Lodge accommodation in Amajuba District
The Farmhouse Lodge is situated 3 minutes from the centre of the town of Newcastle in magnificent parklike surroundings. We are an ideal stopover between Kruger Park and the KwaZulu-Natal Coast. German spoken. A total of 28 guests can be accommodated... More
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