KwaZulu-Natal offers a wide selection of accommodation, from City to Wilderness, all within easy reach of the major attractions and many with a range of activities on site from horseriding to boating.
This spectacular Fugitives’ Drift property, a 5000 acre Natural Heritage Site, overlooks both Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift, and includes the site where Lieutenants Melvill and Coghill lost their lives attempting to save the Queen’s Colour of their regiment.
Against the magnificent backdrop of the Drakensberg Mountains and its secluded valleys, in the lee of the famous hill, Spioenkop, and snugly secluded on 1000 ha of private farm land, lies Three Tree Hill Lodge. Spectacular scenery, locally grown food and superb hosts make Three Trees Lodge the ideal environment in which to escape and unwind. The Lodge specialises in the history of the 2nd Anglo-Boer War from (1899 – 1902) with the Battle of Spioenkop being their focal point.
This intimate, luxury lodge nestles on the pristine Northern coast, within the Isimangaliso World Heritage Park. The clear, warm waters offer superb snorkelling and unspoilt off-shore scuba diving whilst other activities include guided forest walks, kayaking and seasonal turtle tracking.
This family-owned hotel, with spectacular views, is set in a heart of the Drakensberg Mountains, a World Heritage Site. The hotel provides an astounding array of facilities and activities from pony rides, to mountain bike trails & quad bike adventures. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the 9-hole course, whilst daily guided hikes, bird spotting & Bushmen Rock Art expeditions are on offer!
Situated in a private game reserve in the ruggedly beautiful Zululand, the Lodge is only a stone’s throw away from the historically momentous Anglo-Zulu battlefields. This peaceful bushveld retreat offers activities including game-viewing, battlefield tours and Zulu cultural experiences.