Wartburg is a 'little piece of Germany' and is surrounded by hamlets of definitive origin - Harburg, Kirchdorf, New Hanover, Lillienthal, Schroeders and Hermannsburg. Wartburg itself is named after the castle in Eisenach where Dr Martin Luther translated the bible into German . . . and the village crest also depicts the immigrants' arrival by sailing ship, the Luther Rose and the call to 'pray and work'.
Take a challenging walk down to a scenic waterfall and appreciate the beauty of nature.
A 2km drive to an 18 hole golf course and a good hearty meal.
Albert Falls Dam in the Natal Midlands is South Africa’s top-ranked bass fishing dam and is rated one of the best in the world.