The route is clearly marked and very easy to follow, (unlike the route we took to try and find The Roman Baths in Kamberg Nature Reserve). The scenery at first was rolling hills and we then came across a small river with a lovely waterfall. We have not received a huge amount of rainfall yet this year, so the river was quite low, but still extremely pretty.
We came across a couple of dung beetles (which we haven't seen around here before) and then as we came over the ridge, the view opened up and changed from rolling hills to a spectacular view of the Drakensberg across to Monks Cowl. Unfortunately with the overcast sky, it was't as clear as it could have been, but still looked fabulous!
The path down to the caves is pretty steep and a bit gravelly, so best to take it slow and easy.
I would definitely recommend the hike to Aasvoelkrans to any guests visiting or staying at Kamberg Valley Hideaway. The majority of the walk is very easy and clearly signposted and the changing landscape is a pleasure to enjoy, however, the path down to the two caves is definitely a little tricky! Steep, narrow and in parts quite gravelly, so if you do decide to check out the caves, please do take care!