All left to do after a night safari & dinner is to have a drink and to relax by the fireplace, yes, it was the middle of July and at that time of the year the temperatures can get low bellow freezing.
I spent many a night at this pub, and always had a good time. It's mainly frequented by locals and Hlalanathi guests, and gets pretty busy on weekends. Great music (CD, not live), sport on TV, friendly faces... You'll enjoy it!
Dress Code: No dress code
What makes these spots so special... Well, the atmosphere for one. The location for another. Maybe throw in the price of drinks & the accessibility, and you have a winning formula! Both of these Pubs/Clubs are within half an hours drive of most of the hotels, with St Antons being in the Central berg, and Tuva being in the Northern berg.
Though mainly frequented by the local hotel staff, tourists regularly find their way to the clubs, and dont leave disappointed! Local DJ's normally supply the music, and live bands also play regularly.
Dress Code: No specific dress code for either.
There is not much of a night out in the city if you know what I mean in the Drakensberg, the usual activities is gathering together few of the guest after dinner for few drinks and adventures chat.