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Let 1000 Hills inspire your Spring Gardens

Let 1000 Hills inspire your Spring Gardens

Its spring – so it’s time to get inspired to refresh your garden after winter. At 1000 Hills we can offer you heaps of gardening ideas to… Read more »

Why you should visit the Inchanga Railway Museum this heritage month.

Why you should visit the Inchanga Railway Museum this heritage month.

It’s Heritage month – a great reason to explore the old Station Master’s House in Inchanga – home to a remarkable collection of historical artefacts, memorabilia, maps,… Read more »

September – we celebrate spring, heritage and tourism in 1000 Hills!

September – we celebrate spring, heritage and tourism in 1000 Hills!

A busy September is upon us, heralding spring, heritage celebrations, Michaelmas holidays and tourism month. There is a sense of re-birth after a long winter lockdown, with… Read more »

5 Reasons Why the Valley of 1000 Hills Must Be Your Holiday Destination This Summer

As we get closer to December thoughts turn to “where should we go during the holidays”? The Valley of a 1000 Hills has so many options to keep travelers happy. These are just some of the reasons why we believe you’ll love the Valley of a 1000 Hills.

Bee Wise

Bee Wise

World Honeybee Awareness Day Saturday 21 August World Honeybee Day is celebrated every year on the third Saturday in August – a day where we recognise honeybees… Read more »

Hope Midst Despair

Hope Midst Despair

“There is Unity in Community” A little over a month ago, on 12 July, KZN was burning – riots and looting consumed an economy already threadbare and… Read more »

Women’s Day in 1000 Hills

Women’s Day in 1000 Hills

Celebrating the tenacity of Women: We commemorate South African Women’s Day on Monday 9 August and honour and applaud women’s resourcefulness, tenacity, resilience and optimism – especially… Read more »

Celebrating Beer at 1000 Hills Brewing Company

Celebrating Beer at 1000 Hills Brewing Company

International Beer Day: Friday 6 August     We spent a lazy afternoon in the company of a Foreign Exchange Student, a Dean, a Graduate, a Quarterback and… Read more »

Watch the country’s best horses, over breakfast, at Summerveld.

Watch the country’s best horses, over breakfast, at Summerveld.

On the Club House wall, a modest, shiny plaque tells us that 55 years ago on 15 July, Summerveld, what is now the country’s largest equine training… Read more »

Covid Compliant Hospitality

Covid Compliant Hospitality

Lockdown has meant a severe knock for the tourism and hospitality industries – but it is also creating some innovative solutions for businesses to try and navigate… Read more »