Bergville is a scenic town set up on the banks of the Tugela River in the shade of the dramatic peaks of Drakensberg Mountains. Bergville is also the main town in the Northern Drakensberg area.
A variety of accommodation options can be found in the Bergville area.
The original village was set up in 1897. It is now the commercial center for a district, which includes the tribal area of the Ngwaneni. Cattle ranching and dairying are the main economic activities of the district. Maize is grown on a modest scale.
The rivers are well stocked with trout. The Bergville municipality maintains a holiday resort on the banks of the river. Given its settings in magnificent untouched countryside.
Bergville is a much favoured ecotourism destination.