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Full-Day Battle of Isandlwana Battlefields Tour from Durban
"The trip starts at 06:30 then drives to the central part of Zululand. You will see beautiful villages and landscapes along the way with various few stops and explanations of the history of the 24000 Zulu warriors that walked to Isandlwana to battle the British on the 22nd of January 1879. You will then make a stop at the Isandlwana Museum for a short video presentation for about 10 minutes to refresh your memory of the battle. You will proceed to at your own expense before proceeding to Rorke's Drift for approximately 40-minutes to visit the museum. See how the British defended the hospital from the Zulu warriors where 139 men 35 of whom were ill were able to ward off 4
From ZAR2,400.00
 
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Isandlwana Battlefield and Rorke's Drift Museum Day Tour from Durban"Start your tour traveling to Northern KwaZulu Natal to the battlefields of Isandlwana and the Rorke's Drift Museum. The battles fought in the rolling hills and valleys of northern KwaZulu-Natal some 120 years ago changed the course of South African histo weakened the Boers and broke the mighty Zulu nation continue to draw visitors from all over the world.Enjoy insights from your knowledgeable tour guide while you visit the locations. Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift are two of the most famous probably because it was here that in a furious two-hour battle Zulu forces armed primarily with traditional spears and shields thrashed the mighty British Colonial Empire forces one of the few times they were ever routed by an indigenous army. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awarded to those who defended Rorke's Drift.Conclude your tour back in Durban."
From ZAR2,400.00
 
Full-Day Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift Battlefield Tour from Durban
"The resistance to colonial rule in Southern Africa reached a climax when the British colonial powers deployed a force larger than the force that they used to conquer the continent of India in their effort to destroy the Zulu Kingdom. A full-scale war took place to destroy the old Zulu order and to subjugate the Zulu nation. It was King Cetshwayo ka Mpande whose regiments led by Ntshingwayo kaMahole Khoza took on the mighty British forces led by Lord Chelmsford. Walk in the footsteps of both these brave warriors
From ZAR2,900.00

More Things to Do in Hluhluwe Game Reserve

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Warthog

I love watching warthogs in the park! They are frequent visitors to campsites and almost no day goes by without spotting them rooting about in the grass around your cottage!They have quite large heads...
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Zebra

Burchell's Zebras are common in the game reserve. Their distinctive black and white markings form a type of camouflage called "disruptive colouration" which effectively breaks up the outline of the...
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Giraffe

The Latin name for Giraffe is "camelopardalis" meaning "camel marked like a leopard". It is this mottled hide that helps them camouflage themselves against the light and shade patterns created by the...
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The Big 5: African Elephant

The elephant is one of Africa's big five. Literally the world's largest land mammal they are an impressive sight walking through the African savannah.If you have a pair of binoculars with you, when...
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Spot the BIG 5

You will often hear the term the BIG FIVE while on safari...the term refers to five particular animals in Africa: the Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant and Leopard. You may wonder why these five animals...
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Breakfast in the bush!

They always say the best game to be seen is first thing in the morning, or late afternoon as the sun goes down...Well, getting up at a sparrow's hasn't always been the most productive time of game...
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General Game - Velvet Monkey

Velvet Monkeys are also found in groups in many parts of the park. Remember if you are in the camp or anywhere else in the park outside your vehicle do not feed them – they become a pest and need to...
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Birds - Blacksmith Plover

The Blacksmith Plover is a tiny black and white bird – and even though it is so tiny it makes a massive noise, just like if you would be in a blacksmith’s workshop! If you discover the bird you will...
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Big 5 - Leopard

Leopard or other cat sightings are rare in Hluhluwe – and during my 200 or so visits to the game reserve I probably only have seen leopard three times there. Yet there are plenty of them around – but...
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General Game - Warthogs

This cute animal is day active and can be found almost everywhere in the park. If it runs off have a look at its tail, since it raises like an arial to indicated to the off spring where the parents...
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General Game - Hippo

Found in water during the day time and very seldom outside, since their skin is very sensitive against sun. However during the night time they roam around grazing. If you are around on foot where...
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General Game - Impala

This it the most common antelope in Hluhluwe and one will see hundreds of them. Due to the fact that most of them are used to vehicles they appear tame since the smell of cars do not pose a threat to...
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HLUHLUWE UMFOLOZI GAME RESERVE

Tuesday, September 27, 1994Part of the Kwazulu - Natal Park System, HLUHLUWE UMFOLOZI GAME RESERVE is situated in north Zululand, 280 km north of Durban. The reserve (pronounced Shu - Shlu - wee) was...
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Big 5 - Rhino

South Africa has got the largest Rhino population in Africa and Hluhluwe is the game reserve that has most of them.Two sorts of Rhino's are at home here the Black and White Rhino, the Black Rhino...
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LoriPori

"HLUHLUWE UMFOLOZI GAME RESERVE"
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kzngirl

"Ancient hunting ground of the Zulu Kings"
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dutch_anna

"Game viewing, starlit nights and happiness."
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linnyloo

"Hluhluwe Game Reserve, South Africa 2003"
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Waalewiener

"Our 3 night stay in Tree House Bonamanzi G.Park"
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