Due to the growth and popularity of mountain biking, the Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort has developed and custom built a single track at the resort. The route is 12km and traverses the resort’s picturesque dam, golf course and the lush pine forest. It is suitable for all riders of all levels. Bikes are also available from the Hotel reception.
There is something for everyone to enjoy at at Drakensberg Gardens. Come visit our special retreat in Southern Drakensberg, just two and a half hours drive from Durban.
Drakensberg golf for Dad while Mom relax in the spa… and so many fun activities for kids to do!
Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort is the ideal venue for Conferences. Two state-of-the-art conference / function venues that seat up to 200 guests easily accommodate day conferences, seminars, presentations, cocktail parties, gala dinners, special occasions, functions and Weddings. With its array of activities and facilities, Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort is perfect for teambuilding.
The Three-Star rated Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort offers spacious and comfortable accommodation. Standard, superior and deluxe rooms. All have private bathrooms, television, telephones, tea and coffee making facilities and heaters.
Guests at Drakensberg Gardens also have the option of four, five and six sleeper fully equipped self-catering units. These are ideal for family getaways. Parents – needing a break from cooking and child care – can request a babysitter at reception and enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants.
Read more about the experience waiting for you at Drakensberg Gardens in this article from Indiwe Delightful Durban Magazine
The Inaugural Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Mtb & Trail Running Challenge was held on the weekend of the 19-20 July 2014 at Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort in the Southern Berg.
Read about the inaugural race by downloading the Gooderson Drakensberg Gardens Golf & Spa Resort’s MTB & Trail Running Challenge report.
Watch the video below, taken at Drakensberg Gardens by Bruce Hansen. Andrew Hill and Tyron coming off the new route off the plateau. They make riding look easy!