Guided game drives and walks are available on request and subject to availability. All drives are in open game viewing vehicles. The game farm can also be explored on foot as we have no dangerous predators. 

​The Battlefields tour includes a description of the context of the Anglo-Zulu War and events leading up to the outbreak of hostilities in January 1879.


​​Zulu Homestead Visit starts at the Elandskraal Store, which is a traditional Zulu trading store where you can buy pots, curios and mingle with the locals. From there you go to a farmhouse to meet a family that have traditionally farmed for generations. This is followed by a visit to a local village halfway between Rorke’s Drift and Isandlwana

Facilities & Activities

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Isibindi Zulu Lodge

Accommodation

6 Luxury beehive suites, architecturally inspired by the traditional beehive shape, offer panoramic views of the game reserve, en-suite with bath & shower. Overhead fans & heaters. 

Situated in the private iSibindi Eco-Reserve, in the heart of the Anglo-Zulu battlefields, this 12 bed lodge is a unique combination of exclusive accommodation, wildlife, historical and cultural tours. Guests are invited to explore the game reserve’s diverse habitat during the morning or evening game drives or walks. The fascinating history of the area with the close battlefield sites of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift can be explored on a day trip with one of our local historians.

The Hotel

The main lodge set amongst huge Buffalo Thorn Trees and dolorite boulders boasts a homely lounge with a large fireplace, a library, a unique bar carved out of a Wait-a-Bit Thorn Tree, a swimming pool with a view and spacious verandah. 
The privately set swimming pool has breathtaking views over the game reserve. Guests gather around the bar in the evenings to recall the days safari on the Anglo-Zulu Battlefields or a game walk on the game reserve.