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Owl and Elephant Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Valentines Weekend Special   Owl and Elephant Lodge is a tranquil lodge where you can relax and rejuvenate away from the hustle and bustle of busy everyday life. Here...
Owl and Elephant Lodge is a tranquil lodge where you can relax and rejuvenate away from the hustle and bustle of busy everyday life. Here you can experience the wonders of nature in a relaxed bush atmosphere. The Bushmans River is adjacent to the property and is a popular place for fishing and picnicking. Accommodation is offered in eight tastefully furnished and well-appointed en-suite rooms, each equipped with a TV and tea and coffee-making facilities. Although we are a bed and breakfast establishment, lunch and dinner can be provided by prior arrangement. The Weenen Game Reserve is nearly on our doorstep, being only 5 km away. This well run game reserve offers extensive game-viewing facilities, guided walks and environmental education. More than 230 species of birds have been recorded and there are two hides overlooking a dam. Wildlife in the reserve includes rhino, giraffe, hyena, jackal, bushbuck, reedbuck, steenbuck, and porcupine.
from R820

Vulindlela Rooms

19 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Vulindlela Rooms is situated on the outskirts of Ladysmith. The establishment offers two comfortable rooms ideal for business...
Vulindlela Rooms is situated on the outskirts of Ladysmith. The establishment offers two comfortable rooms ideal for business travellers. The luxury rooms each offer a double bed and a bathroom. Guests have access to the games room which is equipped with a dartboard, a pool table and a bar area. Relax with cold refreshments next to the swimming pool in the garden. Braai facilities are also available on request. This family run establishment strives to meet all guests' needs and make your stay a memorable one. Fishing and game viewing excursions can be arranged. Guests can also experience the Drakensberg mountains and the battlefields route.
from R550

Nauntons Guest House

Sleeps 29 in 10 rooms

Some of our offerings include, free Wi-Fi Internet access to all guests, over 60 DStv channels in every room. Our 10 rooms include either...
Some of our offerings include, free Wi-Fi Internet access to all guests, over 60 DStv channels in every room. Our 10 rooms include either King, Queen, Double or Single beds. We also boast a Hospitality 4 - 5 Star establishment. All our beds have Polycotton Percale 200TC Linen, which is luxurious.Last but not least, a three course dinner meal (on request), as well as a VIP Gold and Mocha Java Filter Coffee in every room. We offer a relaxing environment for both tourists and businesspersons, situated on the outskirts of a town full of historical interest. At Nauntons Guest House we pride ourselves on spoiling you and making it a perfect home away from home. Our estate is situated 2 km outside Ladysmith, Kwa-Zulu Natal. Our 10 en-suite bedrooms are beautifully furnished and each room includes a 32 inch Flat Screen TV with over 40 DStv channels and is air conditioned. A superb three-course dinner is available on request. We cater for all special dietary requirements. We take immense pride in our food and serve only the best quality. Laundry is also available. Our staff is dedicated to making your stay as pleasant as possible. We have a huge living area where you can either enjoy the home-theatre system or simply relax at the honesty bar after a long day's work. Guests are welcome to make use of the swimming pool area. We also co-ordinate weddings from beginning to end. All kinds of weddings can be organised - Western, Eastern and African. No matter how small or how big the budget, our team can create a wedding to suite your tastes, themes and colours. A choice of on-site venues are available from Thandana Wedding & Conference venue to garden weddings where the couple can get married under a gazebo in a very tranquil setting.
from R790

Villa Beryl Guesthouse

3 Reviews
Sleeps 32 in 12 rooms

Villa Beryl Guesthouse is one of Vryheid’s old surviving classic South African homes, with its sandstone foundations, Oregon-pine floors,...
Villa Beryl Guesthouse is one of Vryheid’s old surviving classic South African homes, with its sandstone foundations, Oregon-pine floors, high ceilings and wide verandas. The guesthouse consists of seven en-suite double rooms and one two-bedroom family room. All the bedrooms are fitted with bar fridges, tea and coffee facilities, flat-screen TV’s with DStv and air-conditioning. There is secure under-cover parking on the property. English and Continental breakfasts are served in the sunny dining area, and dinner is served on request. The guest house hosts conferences of up to 30 people, and welcomes anyone who would like to use our facilities for photo opportunities such as wedding or matric farewell photos.
from R980

Hunters Lodge

Sleeps 28 in 15 rooms

Hunters Lodge is centrally situated in the busy town of Ladysmith. We pride ourselves on providing a restful oasis for the weary traveller...
Hunters Lodge is centrally situated in the busy town of Ladysmith. We pride ourselves on providing a restful oasis for the weary traveller and offer a home from home atmosphere; arrive as strangers and leave as friends. We also ensure that our breakfasts and dinners satisfy the most discerning of palates and hungriest of the hungry. We enjoy what we do and are passionate about giving value for money. Hunters Lodge comprises of six superior rooms with bath and shower, seven standard rooms with shower and two single rooms with shower, air-conditioning, and electric blankets for those chilly nights, select DStv, tea and coffee-making facilities and are all separate from the main building. We have secure off street parking. Our rooms are extremely comfortable and are maintained to the highest of standards. Our manicured gardens add to the restful ambience that we take pride in offering to our guests. Ladysmith is strategically situated 2.5 hours from Durban and 3.5 hours from Johannesburg. We are 80 km from Champagne valley in the central Drakensberg and are within easy reach of the Northern berg. We are on the main route from KwaZulu-Natal to Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga.
from R1000

Guest House Marisch

23 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Guest House Marisch is situated in a quiet suburb of Newcastle. It is a modern bed and breakfast ideal for couples and corporate...
Guest House Marisch is situated in a quiet suburb of Newcastle. It is a modern bed and breakfast ideal for couples and corporate travellers. The guest house offers two comfortably furnished bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Guests can enjoy a wholesome breakfast outside on the covered patio and there is a braai facility available. Ample safe parking is provided behind locked gates. Newcastle offers a variety of activities and destinations to explore. Guests can visit the Black Rock Casino or have a round of golf at the Newcastle Golf Course. The area is rich in history and guests can visit the Ango-Boer War Museum or Talana Museum.
from R600

Sunrise Guesthouse

9 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Sunrise Guesthouse is an affordable accommodation alternative, situated in a quiet and secure residential area of Greytown. There are five...
Sunrise Guesthouse is an affordable accommodation alternative, situated in a quiet and secure residential area of Greytown. There are five self-catering units, each sleeping two to four people. Each unit has an en-suite bathroom with shower and a kitchenette with a microwave, fridge and kettle. Tea and coffee is provided. Take a break and enjoy a nice braai around the firepit, or just start it up and warm yourself near the flames amongst good company. For the great value for money, Sunrise Guesthouse should be your next destination whenever you're planning a trip through Greytown. Please note: Rates advertised are self-catering rates, breakfast is an additional rate and available on request.
from R590

Ulundi Phumzinyawo Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 21 in 6 rooms

Phumzinyawo Lodge is located in the small town of Ulundi, also know as the the heartbeat of Zululand. Guests are accommodated in...
Phumzinyawo Lodge is located in the small town of Ulundi, also know as the the heartbeat of Zululand. Guests are accommodated in traditional rondavals with an African-chic inspired interior, while unobstructed valley views complete the unique setting. From the lodge you have a clear view of the hills of Ulundi to King Cetshwayo's kraal. What was an ominous area is now a journey through the footsteps of a great Zulu king. The closest tourist attractions are; The Spirit of Emakhosini, Ophathe Game Reserve, Umfolozi Hluhluwe Game Reserve and the King Cetshwayo museum.
from R700

Luiperdkloof Trout Lodge

Sleeps 12 in 2 rooms

Luiperdkloof Trout Lodge is situated in the scenic Balele Mountains betweeen Wakkerstroom, Utrecht, Vryheid and Paulpietersburg. The lodge...
Luiperdkloof Trout Lodge is situated in the scenic Balele Mountains betweeen Wakkerstroom, Utrecht, Vryheid and Paulpietersburg. The lodge offers comfortable accommodation in two self-catering chalets beside two trout dams, ready and waiting for the avid trout fisherman and his family. There are two cosy cottages to choose from and are both well equipped for a self-catering holiday. The cottages each sleep six people, have two bedrooms and an open-plan living area and kitchen. Private covered verandas offer a place to relax and enjoy the view. This privately owned farm has two trout dams covering 8ha in total. Activities on the property include invigorating birding and botanical walks, testing your skills against the fighting trout, cooling off in our sparkling mountain streams or simply cuddling up with a good book around the log fire.
from R600

Bella's B and B

13 Reviews
Sleeps 2 in 1 room

Bella's B and B is a beautifully furnished garden cottage situated in Vryheid. This unit is ideal for the business traveller, as it is...
Bella's B and B is a beautifully furnished garden cottage situated in Vryheid. This unit is ideal for the business traveller, as it is located close to the centre of town. The cottage consists of a large bedroom, an en-suite bathroom with a shower, a fully equipped kitchen with a honesty bar and a living area with DStv. The lounge area has a sleeper couch and an additional single bed can be provided on request. There is secure under-cover parking available. The cottage leads onto a lovely patio area, that can be used for smoking, and a swimming pool. The town of Vryheid was very much involved in the subsequent Anglo-Boer War of 1899, making it one of the more interesting towns on the Battlefields route. This route traces the myriad battlefield sites and memorials dotted across the surrounding countryside.
from R920

Lavender Lane Bed and Breakfast

13 Reviews
Sleeps 45 in 21 rooms

Lavender Lane Bed and Breakfast is situated within a quiet, beautiful and tranquil setting in...
Lavender Lane Bed and Breakfast is situated within a quiet, beautiful and tranquil setting in Ladysmith, a city in the Uthukela District of KwaZulu-Natal 230 km north west of Durban and 365 km south of Johannesburg. Lavender Lane Bed and Breakfast offers a relaxing and stress-relieving experience. Accommodation comprises 21 en-suite rooms, each equipped with air-conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities and a bar fridge. Note that breakfast is available at an additional R70.00 per a day and dinner at R110.00 per a day.
from R700

Nxala Ranch

4 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Named for the elusive Mountain Reedbuck that roam the 1600 hectares of mountain and green grassland, Nxala Ranch is your ideal breakaway....
Named for the elusive Mountain Reedbuck that roam the 1600 hectares of mountain and green grassland, Nxala Ranch is your ideal breakaway. The thatch-roofed lodge, situated at the foot of the Biggars Mountain, some 45 kilometers from Dundee ( in KwaZulu Natal ), nestles amongst willow and paper bark trees in the tranquility of a lush, park-like garden. Nxala Ranch is situated in a malaria free area. It offers four stylish bedrooms, three en-suites and one with a private bathroom, a lounge equipped with satellite TV, a modern, fully equipped kitchen and a spacious veranda with braai facilities overlooking the dam which is well stocked with bass. The lodge provides guests with lovely views across the plain where game and bird life abound. Guests at Nxala Ranch have a choice of activities, from game viewing, fishing and hiking, to visiting ancient San rock art. It is also a working farm, and viewing of the Brahman, Simbra and Nguni cattle is also possible. For those wishing to visit the historic Anglo South African War battlefields of Isandlwana, Rorke's Drift and Elandslaagte, Nxala Ranch is perfectly located. A visit to the Talana Museum and the Bloodriver battlefield is also recommended.
from R1900

Grey Goose Game Lodge

Sleeps 62 in 29 rooms

Grey Goose is a beautiful 1000-acre game farm with stunning scenery, situated just outside of Newcastle. The farm boasts over 900 head of...
Grey Goose is a beautiful 1000-acre game farm with stunning scenery, situated just outside of Newcastle. The farm boasts over 900 head of game and 3 km of river frontage. There are 29 comfortable guest rooms available; equipped with double- or single beds, en-suite bathrooms, TVs with selected DStv channels, and air-conditioning. The Gooseberries is a fully licensed a-la-carte restaurant with a fireplace, catering for lodge guests and the public. It features various lounge areas, outdoor seating areas, a bar and a lovely patio area overlooking the adjacent Drakensberg Mountains. Activities on the farm include game drives, horse riding, hiking trails and fishing on request. The Main Function Hall is expandable and can seat up to 450 people; fitted with air-conditioning, a bar, a cosy lounge and an open-air deck with lovely mountain views. The Gazebo is placed next to the swimming pool, ideal for smaller functions, seating up to 60 people. The Conference Room is air-conditioned and fully equipped, seating up to 70 people.
from R1100

The Nest Drakensberg

9 Reviews
Sleeps 151 in 56 rooms

Set in the scenic majesty of the Ukhahlamba – Drakensberg World Heritage Site in the Champagne Valley of the Central Drakensberg, The Nest...
Set in the scenic majesty of the Ukhahlamba – Drakensberg World Heritage Site in the Champagne Valley of the Central Drakensberg, The Nest Drakensberg Mountain Resort Hotel is an ideal place to explore this unique part of Kwa-Zulu Natal. The area was declared a World Heritage Site in December 2000 in recognition of the astounding natural and cultural richness of this beautiful part of South Africa. The Nest is well known for our tasty South African country cooking and relaxing accommodation set in our gardens. We have simple Garden Rondavels, Premier Garden Rooms and Mountain View Rooms. There are two 150 m2 Executive Suites that offer a large bedroom with king size bed, vanity area, bathroom with shower, his & hers basins and Jacuzzi bath. Each Suite has a generous lounge with fireplace, flat screen TV, DSTV, air conditioning, mini bar and many other great features We offer a host of activities, such as daily guided hikes, bowls, tennis, croquet, horse-riding, large screen DSTV lounge and much more. Our beautiful colonial verandah is the best berg location to witness a spectacular African sunset over the mighty Drakensberg. The surrounding area is home to the world famous Drakensberg Boys Choir, Ardmore Pottery Studio, excellent bird watching, arts and crafts, golf and the fascinating Falcon Ridge Bird of Prey Sanctuary. The nearby Spionkop Nature Reserve offers an idyllic wildlife experience. Also popular are the many Anglo-Boer War Battle Sites in our region that show great insight into this famous period of our history. Rates include all three meals of tasty South African country cooking, morning and afternoon tea and coffee on our veranda, VAT and applicable tourism levies
from R1580

Drakensberg Bush Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 4 rooms

Drakensberg Bush Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation just nine kilometers from Winterton. Situated on a private game farm...
Drakensberg Bush Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation just nine kilometers from Winterton. Situated on a private game farm in the natural surroundings of the Drakensberg, ensures guest a peaceful family getaway. The lodge caters for up to ten guest in four individually decorated rooms, sharing three bathrooms. It has a spacious lounge and fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances. Under-floor heating is provided throughout the lodge, ensuring a warm stay in the cold winter months. Outside guests will find a patio with a braai area with patio furniture. In the evenings guest can unwind under the clear skies around the specially designed court yard. Drakensberg Bush Lodgei offers guest bird watching and other activities can be arranged on request, including hot air ballooning, boat trips, hiking and horse riding.
from R640

Tranquil Guesthouse

8 Reviews
Sleeps 23 in 7 rooms

Tranquil Guesthouse is an elegantly modernized guest house situated in Dundee, in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal. This imposing residence...
Tranquil Guesthouse is an elegantly modernized guest house situated in Dundee, in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal. This imposing residence offers gracious accommodation, warm hospitality and exceptional care. Our bedrooms comprise of two De-luxe Rooms and three Standard Rooms, all with private entrances leading to the large tranquil garden. The guest house provides luxurious and tranquil accommodation. Each spacious double room is tastefully decorated and features a TV with DStv, an en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and electric blanket. The bathrooms have bath and shower facilities, and we also offer dinner, bed and breakfast. Tranquil Guesthouse provides centrally located accommodation for anyone with any business to do in the surrounding district such as Ladysmith, Newcastle, Vryheid, Glencoe, Hattingspruit, Dannhauser, Wasbank and Nqutu. The small town is located in Northern KwaZulu-Natal with the Mpati Mountain as a backdrop. After being overlooked as a holiday destination for many years, interest in Dundee has begun to develop as more and more visitors discover the unmatched beauty of the landscapes surrounding the town and the numerous attractions and activities Dundee has to offer.
from R660

Mountain View Guest House

3 Reviews
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Edged by neatly lawned gardens that border onto spacious grass lands, Mountain View Guest House rests in clear view of the Biggarsberg...
Edged by neatly lawned gardens that border onto spacious grass lands, Mountain View Guest House rests in clear view of the Biggarsberg Mountains. Magnificent views of both the Endumeni and Mpati peaks are visible from mostly every window of this gracious farm-style house. Each of the five luxurious rooms opens onto spacious verandas surrounding the house; offering peace and tranquility. Entrance to the property is motorized and electrically fenced, ensuring complete security and confidence of safety. This is a farm-like property where a number of animals roaming the grass lands create an additional attraction. We have 25 Emu originating from Australia that are rarely seen elsewhere. This is a bird similar looking to an Ostrich, with a smaller frame. These flightless birds tend to stay close to the fence skirting the garden from where they stretch their necks wanting to get a closer look at any movement of humans. Donkeys and Ponies peacefully roam about and ducks are mostly hiding in the lush grass or splashing about in their pond. Positioned close to Glencoe town; approximately two kilometers on the main route from Ladysmith to Dundee which is approximately seven kilometers, it is a central and an equally convenient location for the business and tourist traveler wishing to explore the many historic attractions on the “Battlefields Route”.
from R820

The Lapha B & B

10 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 15 rooms

At Lapha Bed and Breakfast we have combined the usual comforts of your own home with the personal touch and warmth of an owner managed B&B,...
At Lapha Bed and Breakfast we have combined the usual comforts of your own home with the personal touch and warmth of an owner managed B&B, creating a unique charm. Whether you wish to play Pool, Darts, take a Spa Bath, enjoy a drink at our licensed cash bar with friends or colleagues under the Lapha, it is bound to be fun. The controlled access and electronic gate ensures secure parking and a peaceful stay at The Lapha. The Lapha provides first class accommodation to both local and international tourists it is perfect for business representatives, conference delegates and small corporate groups. We offering the businessman, company representative or conference delegates internet and faxing facilities, they also have the opportunity to relax in the swimming pool or the heated spa-bath. The Lapha is situated in beautiful Dundee, surrounded by the breath taking landscapes and mountains of Northern KwaZulu-Natal. These surroundings also host the historical battlefields. Qualified tour guides can be arranged to take the exploring tourist back in time.
from R1200

Bullers Rest Lodge

28 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 12 rooms

This charming, upmarket, country-style thatched lodge is situated in the leafy suburbs of Ladysmith, in the heart of the Anglo-Zulu and...
This charming, upmarket, country-style thatched lodge is situated in the leafy suburbs of Ladysmith, in the heart of the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer War Battlefields. We offer spacious, comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation as well as delicious dinners on request in a family atmosphere. Relax with a drink in our famous "Boer War" Pub and lose yourself amongst the original battlefield artifacts which surround you or on our magnificent sun deck overlooking Ladysmith and watch the sun set over the majestic Drakensberg mountains. We have 12 comfortable, single and double en-suite rooms, which include three family rooms. All of the rooms are equipped with Television, DStv, Heaters, Fans, Tea/Coffee facilities. We also have a secure parking facility as well as a safe to store any valuable items. Commercial travellers and Sales representatives very welcome! Battlefields tours can be arranged on request. The Ladysmith Golf Course is but stones throw away for those of you who prefer less historical walk.
from R760

Chez Nous Bed and Breakfast

6 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 10 rooms

Chez Nous, pronounced "shay noo", means "at home" and that is exactly how you will feel at this...
Chez Nous, pronounced "shay noo", means "at home" and that is exactly how you will feel at this charming bed and breakfast. Come and experience exceptional South African hospitality with French flair in a quiet and peaceful area of Dundee in KwaZulu-Natal. Accommodation comprises a comfortable self-catering unit, fully equipped with include DStv, and nine bedrooms each individually decorated and equipped with a fridge and DStv. At Chez Nouz we provide a great breakfast with all the trimmings as well as our famous French omelettes and of course fresh croissants and baked bread. In addition, our three-course dinners are served with home-grown organic vegetables and are loved by all our guests.
from R900

Battlefields South Africa

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As in many parts of the world, the later part of the 19th Century was a time of conflict and confrontation in South Africa, particularly the area we now call KwaZulu-Natal. The British were at the height of their empire-building zeal, the Zulu nation was one of the most powerful in Africa, and the Boers had shaken the dust of British colonialism off their velskoens, and set off into the interior to take control of their own destiny.

Well, that sounds like a recipe for disaster. And it was - for everyone concerned. A real free-for-all scrap, there were skirmishes, stand-up battles, sieges and ambushes. No one - Boer, Brit or Zulu - came away unscathed. The stories are fascinating, and the KZN battlefields are remarkably well preserved. It's not just a raa-raa recreation of sabre-rattling macho imperialism, and it's certainly not a celebration of all things bellicose.

Guided tours offer you the opportunity to stand on the very spot where history was made and hear of how decisions (good and bad) were taken; hear of heroism and heartache, of victory and defeat and of death and destruction. It's definitely food for thought - and it leaves almost everyone pondering on the futility of war.

For the historically inclined, these battles include Voortrekker-Zulu war (1836-1852), the Anglo-Zulu War (1879), two Anglo-Boer wars, one in 1881, and the big one, otherwise known as the South African war (1899-1902), and the Bambata Rebellion (1906). An interesting thing about these battlefields is that some of the biggest players on the planet chose to spend time there.

You can't help but wonder how different world history would have been if the young Winston Churchill or the equally young, zealous and idealistic Mahatma Gandhi had succumbed during these battles. Or if Prince Louis Napoleon, the last of the Bonaparte line, had survived his little altercation with a small band of Zulu warriors and had gone on to meet some lovely young lady and perpetuate the dynasty.

You can visit the Ultimatum Tree, near Tugela Mouth, where the British pulled a fast one on the Zulu chief Cetswayo, or Gingindlovu, where the Zulus were more than a little surprised to be the first people in the world to feel the force of the Gatling gun (precursor to the now ubiquitous AK 47s, Uzis and other automatic weapons), or mGungundlovu, where the Zulu chief, Dingaan, feeling somewhat threatened by the Boer's obvious land-lust, did away with the Voortrekker Piet Retief and his followers in a rather grisly way.

This was followed by a raid on the Boer encampment at Bloukrans, where the Zulus pretty well trashed the Boers. Oh - human history - and then the Boers sent a punitive expedition after the Zulus and, after making a deal with god (I kid you not) trashed the Zulus at the rather ironically named Ncome River (which means peace). It was consequently renamed Blood River, which seems far more appropriate. It's like kindergarten - 'but he hit me first....' We never learn, do we?

Other oft-visited sites include Isandlwana - the site of Britain's most humiliating defeat - and the nearby Rorke's Drift where a handful of resourceful redcoats did what they could to salvage imperial pride (not to mention their own skins), Ladysmith, site of one of the longest sieges (119 days) in the South African War, and Dundee, with its Talana Museum on the site of the Talana Battle.

The area known today as Zululand was, initially ignored by the British when they imperiously annexed what was then referred to as Natal and the Zulus retained sovereignty over all the land north of the Buffalo and Tugela Rivers - for a while, at least. The overlap is quite broad - the battlefields comprises large parts of Zululand and extends as far as Pietermaritzburg, almost to the foot of the Drakensberg, and Zululand covers much of the battlefield territory, while extending further north to St Lucia in the southern part of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, where the border between northern Zululand and southern Maputaland is rather hazy. Zululand also includes the fantastic Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, which is the ancestral home of all the white rhinos now living in southern Africa. Seriously - they were extinct everywhere else and were brought back from the brink in this rather lovely park. Imagine - we came a hair's breadth from never, ever seeing a white rhino.

There's loads to do here. A tour of the battlefields is a given - either by vehicle, by foot or on horseback. And it probably won't be long before someone offers cycle tours. There are some great river trips, with the Tugela and Buffalo Rivers throwing up some challenging white water. Wilderness walks in Hluhluwe-Umfolozi are a truly awesome adventure - it's a real wilderness experience in Big Five country. If you want to see the picture-book Zulus, there are a handful of cultural villages that offer dancing, an insight into traditional crafts and some historical and cultural insights. And, of course, there are the beaches - all long and lovely.

View our newsletter article Durban Now for more about the Ncome Blood River Heritage site and festivals.

As in many parts of the world, the later part of the 19th Century was a time of conflict and confrontation in South Africa, particularly the area we now call KwaZulu-Natal. The British were at the height of their empire-building ...

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