Incredible time-lapse videos shows the Drakensberg’s rugged beauty

KwaZulu-Natal’s Drakensberg mountain range is home to the highest peak in Southern Africa – rising up to 3482 metres, providing travellers with dramatic vistas that few can match.

The #TrekSouthAfrica team, who is currently leading a six-month adventure throughout South Africa, exploring the country’s leading wilderness trails and hiking paths, had the opportunity to explore the Drakensberg’s Cathedral Peak, the Amphitheatre and Giant’s Castle.
#TrekSouthAfrica’s lead photographer Rudolph De Girardier, took these stunning time-lapse videos of their time in KwaZulu-Natal’s Drakensberg.
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Sunrise over Cathedral Peak in the Drakensberg Mountain Range

 

A storm brews over Giant’s Castle in the Drakensberg

360° Time-lapse of a storm brewing in the Drakensberg Amphitheatre

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