NONDELA was conceptualised with a strong focus on preserving the indigenous habitat, whilst replicating the natural ambience of the spaciousness and serenity of the mountain environment in the design of the development.
The development is a prestigious estate. An abundance of water both on and near the estate provides the basis for activities such as fly-fishing. Interesting rock formations sculpted by the elements over time, deep gorges, waterfalls and indigenous paper bark trees form part of a rich ecology to delight birders, mountain bikers, hikers and equestrians. Activities along the line of paragliding and abseiling ensure that the needs of the more adventurous members of the family are not ignored, while heritage sites on the estate along with the nearby world heritage site uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park provide interesting perspectives of the past.