Langalibalele Pass

30 Jan 2020 12:32 #75645 by ASL
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..I've arrived at night and pitched a tent at the picnic area! We got up early and were gone before anyone noticed!? 

Not sure I'd recommend it as there is no water nearby but for a pit stop it's ok. I wasn't aware of any 'rules' at the time so no harm no fowl!?
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30 Jan 2020 13:23 #75649 by Smurfatefrog
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ASL wrote: ..I've arrived at night and pitched a tent at the picnic area! We got up early and were gone before anyone noticed!? 

Not sure I'd recommend it as there is no water nearby but for a pit stop it's ok. I wasn't aware of any 'rules' at the time so no harm no fowl!?


I don't think they have a problem with that. We've arrived a few times at night and the guard has told us to rather camp at the picnic area because it's too dangerous to hike at night (we have always assured him we'd be fine though and hiked)
Last time I arrived at Giants Castle the guard at the gate told me that overnight hiking wasn't allowed there, so I wouldn't always trust them....

You could also call reception beforehand and ask permission to camp in the picnic area

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30 Jan 2020 15:22 - 30 Jan 2020 15:25 #75650 by diverian
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On the Geomaps a pink line around the camps, huts etc shows the exclusion area for camping your proposed campsite is definitely within this area.

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