The Isibindi Zulu Lodge - at Rorke's Drift
Isibindi Zulu Lodge is an architectural celebration of the Zulu nation. It rises majestically from the rugged bushveld within the 4000 acre Isibindi Eco-Reserve and offers an unsurpassed wildlife, battlefields and cultural experience.
The Isibindi reserve has diverse habitats ranging from montane grassland and valley thornveld to riverine forests. It is home to abundant indigenous game enjoyed by guests on walks or morning/evening game drives.
The 6 luxury Bee-hive suites offer an authentic Zulu cultural experience. Guests visit a Zulu Homestead, "the uMuzi tour" experiencing the life of a rural Zulu and enjoy an evening feast with traditional dancing.Adventurous guests may try white-water rafting on the Buffalo River, which forms the border of the game reserve.
The Zulu War Battlefields
iSibindi Zulu Lodge is a stone's throw away from the historically momentous Anglo-Zulu War battlefields. Guided tours are led by the resident historian, Prince Sibusiso Shibe.
The Prince's chilling accounts of the battles of Rorke's Drift and Isandlwana occur on the actual sites which remain largely unchanged , giving a complete picture of the impact of the Anglo-Zulu campaign on both the Zulu and British nations. Tours to the Anglo-Boer sites are also offered.
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