Inland of Durban, between Pietermaritzburg and the Drakensberg, is a beautiful region filled with stretches of farmland, charming little towns, a wonderful art and craft route and picturesque scenery bordering the sublime, known as the Natal Midlands. If you're not hiking, spend time exploring the many coffee shops, art galleries, beautiful guest houses, cheese farms, trout farms, potters, weavers and painters that made this area their home. The Midlands Meander is now a wonderfully refreshing mix of over 150 places to eat, drink and shop, and extends to Dargle Valley and Fort Nottingham - 80 kilometres of activity from Rietvlei and Curry's Post.
With Howick Falls on your doorstep, the Albert Falls Dam Nature Reserve with its nature trails, picnic spots, some of the best bass fishing and great birding ; the Kamberg Nature Reserve, surrounded by the Drakensberg Mountains with some incredible scenery and place to walk and picnic ; and the Loteni Nature Reserve - a great place for trout fishing, there's plenty to do.
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