The Midlands Meander offers you an opertunity to experience an array of scenery from breath-taking landscapes and quaint Natal Midlands towns to vast farm fields and indigenous greenery. Don't forget the Midmar Dam.

Along the Midlands Meander many curio shops, arts and crafts, eclectic art galleries, a host of charming restaurants and picnic spots enhance the overall experience .

The Midlands Meander offers a number of quality self-catering facilities for stay-overs too right throught to upmarket accommodation establishmnets. The accommodation in Midlands Meander is varied enough to suit any preference. While it is still possible to stay in one of the original old hotels, you also can have the opportunity to spend the night in a tree house surrounded by wildlife in a nature reserve, cuddle by the warm fire in a cave in the mountains, camp in a lush forest or stay in an upmarket Bed and Breakfast - whichever you choose, it promises to be a memorable stay.

The Midlands Meander is what woodcrafters, herb growers, weavers, horticulturists, potters, beaders, bakers, leather workers, artists, metalworkers, box makers, herb growers, cheese makers, beer brewers and pianos have in common. You will find them all, and a great deal more. The Midlands Meander is South Africa's favourite art and crafts route.

The Midlands Meander is just north of Pietermaritzburg and extends from Rietvlei and Currys Post in the east, to Dargle Valley and Fort Nottingham in the west. This stunning stretch is about 80km’s


This Midlands Meander site was last updated on: Thursday 10th November 2011

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