Nestled under the shadow of Cathedral Peak, Didima Camp is run by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, the body responsible for conservation in the province. Accommodation here is simple but comfortable, and set in dramatic thatched cottages designed to evoke the huts of the indigenous San people who used to inhabit the area. The San left behind a wealth of rock art and Didima has an interpretive centre looking at this art, as well as access to numerous trails that lead to rock-art sites. On the camp, you’ll also find a simple restaurant and shop; your room will have self-catering facilities too. Didima Camp is unpretentious and a much more down-to-earth experience than many of the places you will stay in South Africa. However this simplicity can be appealing, it is certainly affordable, and the location and rock art interpretation are first-rate.