Check out the Tugela falls the second highest waterfall in the world.
The Tugela Falls is the highest waterfall in Africa and the second highest waterfall in the world. The Tugela Falls drops some 947 meters down the rock-face of the Amphitheatre in three free-leaping falls.
Situated in the Royal Natal National Park, the Tugela falls are easily seen after heavy rains from the main road into the park. The best time for viewing is during the summer rainfall season.
Two superb hiking trails lead to the Tugela Falls. The most spectacular trail is a full day walk to the summit of Mount-Aux-Sources and to the top of the falls. The other tugela falls trail leads to the foot of the falls up the Tugela Gorge though indigenous forest. A climb up a small chain ladder takes you to a stunning view of the falls rushing down the Amphitheatre in a series of spectacular cascades.