wars, Shaka, Isandlwana, Rorkes Drift, Spioenkop, Ladysmith, Dundee,
Blood River, Cetshwayo, Boers ... are some of the terms which
are associated with this internationally renowned area of South
Africa. If you are interested in touring this fascinating area,
make use of our hand picked lodges listed below from where you
can explore the area and visit all the historical sites. We offer
guided tours to all the major battlefields.
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Lodges & Hotels in The Battlefields
Lodge is carved into the iNyoni rocks overlooking Mount Isandlwana
the site of the historic Anglo-Zulu war battle. Today, the
enigmatic mountain of Isandlwana nestles peacefully amongst
the majestic beauty of the Zululand hills.
The luxurious accommodation, consisting of twelve suites, is
carved into the iNyoni Rock formations, on top of which the
Zulu commander stood during the battle of Isandlwana. Isandlwana
Lodge is an ideal destination for someone who has an interest
in South African History and or who is looking to learn something
new about the country they are visiting and its culture.
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|Isibindi Zulu Lodge
Isibindi Zulu Lodge is situated in a private game reserve in the ruggedly beautiful Zululand. An architectural celebration of the Zulu nation, the lodge is a peaceful bushveld retreat which also offers a host of activities for our guests wanting to experience a combination of luxurious accommodation, gameviewing, battlefields and Zulu cultural experiences.
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the Battlefield of Isandlwana, the 2,500 hectare reserve is
8km from Rorke's Drift on the Buffalo River in KwaZulu Natal.
17km of river frontage include the famous site of Fugitives'
Drift, where Lieutenants Melvill and Coghill lost their lives
in 1879 trying to save the Queen's Colour of their regiment,
winning the first two posthumous Victoria Crosses in history.
Diverse and abundant wildlife includes giraffe, zebra, kudu,
hartebeest and a host of smaller antelope, as well as 275 recorded
bird species. The Buffalo Gorge is a Natural Heritage Site where
spectacular walks can be enjoyed.
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