Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift: Anglo Zulu War (1879) (full day – also available by helicopter)

 
We visit both battlefields of the Anglo Zulu War.  In January 1879, five British Columns crossed out of the British Colony of Natal into the Kingdom of the Zulu nation under King Cetshwayo, direct descendent of King Shaka Zulu. What followed was a series of bloody, tumultuous battles that initially threw the British forces into disarray before ultimately resulting in the crushing of the proud Zulu nation, thus ending a period of regional military might spanning sixty years.

 

Tour Description:

  • Collected at 6am

  • Light breakfast snack provided

  • The journey takes us via Eshowe, Melmoth and Babanango (the terrain covered encompasses some of the most scenic and dramatic countryside in South Africa)

  • Arrive at Isandlwana where we recall the brutal events that took place on the 22nd of January, 1879 with a vivid account delivered by your guide

  • Depart for Rorkes Drift

  • Lunch

  • Afternoon tour of Rorke’s Drift Battle site

  • Return home

 

Includes:

  • Certified guide

  • Air-conditioned vehicle

  • Entry fees

  • Lunch

 

Excludes:

  • Alcohol

  • Non-alcoholic beverages

  • Porterage

  • Gratuities

  • Any items bought of a personal nature

Address
KhanyaKude Bed and Breakfast 
Flack Place, Durban North

Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

Unfortunately KhanyaKude does not accept children under 18.

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