Didima Camp (Cathedral Peak) Didima Camp (Cathedral Peak) Description Didima camp features 62 two-bed luxury chalets, 2 four-bed cabins, a two-bed honeymoon suite and a six-bed bungalow. Each of the two-bed chalets are back to back and an interleading door allows the two chalets to be converted into a four-bed family unit with self-catering facilities. The two four-bed cabins have two bedrooms each en-suite, a lounge/dining area and a kitchen, and the six-bed chalet has three bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities, a lounge/dining area and a kitchen. All accommodation at Didima boasts satellite television and cosy fireplaces. The central lodge provides a restaurant and bar, fireplaces throughout, an intimate lounge and a shop for groceries and curios. The state-of-the-art conference facility seats 140 delegates and a large breakaway facility doubles as a wedding chapel with a full height glass wall framing the splendour of Cathedral Peak. Contact Details KZN Wildlife +27 (0)33 845 1000 +27 (0)33 845 1001 +27 (0)86 111 4291 Enquire now View Rates View Directions Attractions Fishing in rivers Walking and Hiking Trails into the surrounding mountains Guided Trails up Mike`s Pass Guided Walking trails to Rainbow Gorge, Baboon Rock, Bushman paintings and a variety of other scenic destinations San Art Rock in-camp Trail Braais in the Boma or at the Gazebo Sundowner Walks & Braais Mountain streams with rock pools within walking distance of the Camp Various activities are available at The Cathedral Peak Hotel by prior arrangements: Golf course Bowling Green Beauty & Health Therapist Helicopter Rides Horse and Pony rides Squash court Trout Fishing DIDIMA ROCK ART CENTRE "The San have been our forgotten people in the past but now I welcome them into the light, into their rightful place in our society." uKhahlamba Drakensberg was inscribed into the World Heritage Site list on 29 November 2000. It was declared worthy of World Heritage Site status both for its cultural and natural significance. Its cultural significance is on rock art.The park contains more than 600 known rock art sites. Minister Valli Moosa officially opened Didima Rock Art Centre in 2003, through the generosity, vision and support of many contributors whose participation is gratefully acknowledged. San descendants from the uKhahlamba Drakensberg, WIMSA and SASI representatives, Mr. Valbooi and Mr. Chennels, amongst other guests, graced the opening of the centre. A visit to the San Art centre leads a visitor along the journey of discovery using the significance of the eland in San culture as a theme that threads its way through the experience. The theme of the eland is first introduced in the innovative display hall. After the introduction to the fascinating culture and lifestyle of the San, the visitor is led into a small cave like room for a time of traditional fireside story telling, before moving on to the cultural auditorium for a screening of the inspiring and provocative audiovisual presentation. The uniquely styled Didima cultural auditorium seats almost hundred visitors before a near life size replica of the Clarens sandstone overhang. The valley of the eland multimedia show, which plays for quarter of an hour, explores the truth, myth and legend surrounding the rock art imagery of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg. As the house lights fade in at the end of the show, an exact scale production of the well-known panel of Botha’s shelter in the Didima Gorge emerges. In the quite afterglow of this presentation visitors can take some time to view the overhang at leisure before exiting into the lower display area where they are introduced to the Ndumeni Craft Centre and Coffee Shop. Visitors have an opportunity to purchase hand-made crafts made by local people. Overlooking a clear mountain stream is the thatched Ndumeni Coffee Shop, which has an ideal setting to enjoy a refreshing drink and a light lunch while soaking up the spectacular Drakensberg view. The menu includes teatime treats as well as light lunches and desserts and is a great way to finish the show and reflect on the fascinating history that surrounds us in this World Heritage Site.