Relax at one of the great B&B’s or boutique hotels in the area, visit any number of upmarket shopping centers or dine at one of the specialty restaurants that are available or even take in a live show. The adventurous can embark on a nature trail, either guided or alone, through any of the many Nature reserves. Alternatively try a little rock climbing, canoeing or fishing at any of the three dams in the area. Horse riding, quad biking and trail cycling are all close at hand. Take home a little of the 1000 Hills when you visit the local craft markets and support the local weavers and bead manufacturer’s. Annual events such as the Comrades Marathon, the Amashova Durban Classic and the Duzi Canoe Marathon all wend their way through this picturesque area drawing visitors from across the globe. Every Saturday morning the local ‘Farmers market’ takes place and is a must for any visitor. Art galleries, botanical gardens, museums, craft markets, micro breweries and a wealth of history of the region scattered around the area. In all “We’ve got it’. On certain Sundays, one can take a trip back in time on one of the last remaining “Puffing Billy’s” that puffs through the thousand hills. A short little snippet of what you can experience when you visit 1000 Hills.