Thru the Lens: Drakensberg National Park, South Africa

It’s difficult to take a bad photo in the beautiful (and UNESCO listed) uKhahlamba Drakensberg National Park in South Africa. There’s really not much I have to say other than that I wish I spent more time there! It was one of my last stops in the country before catching a flight to Amsterdam. Anyhow, I hope you enjoy the photos and hopefully you’ll put Drakensberg National Park on your must-see list!

Horrible road, beautiful scenery.

Horrible road, beautiful scenery.

On the road to Amphitheatre.

On the road to Amphitheatre.

Sentinal Peak

Sentinal Peak (3166m)

I love being outdoors.

I love being outdoors.

Hiking up to the top.

Hiking up to the top.

Atop the Amphitheatre. It was very cloudy unfortunately.

Atop the Amphitheatre. It was very cloudy unfortunately.

Atop the Amphitheatre.

Atop the Amphitheatre.

Stunning.

Stunning.

A huge lightning storm made for an impressive show.

A huge lightning storm made for an impressive show.

Amphitheatre as seen from the ground.

Amphitheatre as seen from the ground.

Wild baboons roaming across an open field

Wild baboons roaming across an open field

A wild baboon

A wild baboon

Taking a dip in the cascades

Taking a dip in the cascades

The upper part of the cascades

The upper part of the cascades

I miss the mountains!

I miss the mountains!

Have you ever been to a highland area as dramatic as Drakensberg National Park?

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