Albert Falls Game Reserve
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Albert Falls Game Reserve, also known as the Albert Falls Dam Nature Reserve, is located in the KwaZulu-Natal, province of South Africa, near Pietermaritzburg and Cramond. Albert Falls Nature Reserve was established in 1975.
Wildlife in the reserve includes Zebra, Impala, Blesbok, Reedbuck, Grey Duiker, Springbok, Red Hartebeest and Oribi. The birdlife of Albert Falls Nature Reserve are profuse, making this the ideal destination for bird watchers.
Albert Falls Dam (Reservoir)
The Albert Falls Dam is rated as one of the best bass fishing dams in the world. The area surrounding the falls have an abundance of secluded nature trails and picnic spots. The emblem of the Albert Falls Amble is the Fish Eagle, as its unique cry can be heard throughout the area.
Accommodation in the area consists of various lodging possibilities that include
- camping and
- caravanning sites,
- self-catering units,
- bed & breakfast establishments and
At the Falls there is a: