Situated on the shores of the Sterkfontein Dam just 43 km from Harrismith is the stunning Qwantani Berg and Bush Resort. Qwantani is perfect for those looking to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The resort has 53 self-catering chalets that are all equipped with the essentials for your relaxing vacation. If you have forgotten to purchase some groceries on your way to our resort, not to worry we have a restaurant onsite that provides scrumptious buffets and regular specials. If you are in the mood for some juicy ribs look out for our weekly specials at Martial Eagle Restaurant. We also have a bring n braai in the boma on a Wednesday and Saturday evening.
In the morning at 10am we have our morning tea for the guests. This is always a good starting point for your vacation because you can find out about all the interesting sites to visit in the area as well as the activities available at the resort. From Monday to Friday at 11h00 you and your family can enjoy a barge cruise across the dam. The cruise is approximately 1.5 hours and it also takes place on a Saturday from 10h00 to 14h00. However, this is weather permitting. We also have horse riding, adventure golf, squash court and a swimming pool as well as a daily entertainment program to keep the kiddies entertained. Our resort manager, Gerhard, will be happy to arrange a trip with the children to feed the horses, pat and feed Ronnie the ox too. From time to time you will get the occasional visit from our Ostriches peeping into the windows to say hello.
If you would like to explore the area we suggest you take a day trip to Clarens via the Golden Gate National Park. The park is home to a variety of mammals and beautiful birds. If you would like to get some exercise whilst on vacation meet our Activities Manager at Reception and enjoy a guided scenic walk lasting two hours or you can take a drive down Oliviershoek Pass to Winterton and visit the carpet and candle making factory.
Qwantani is the perfect escape from the city to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of nature.
In the words of John Muir, “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks”.