The Battlefields

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In the Aftermath of Isandlwana an Impi of 3,500 Zulu warriors mounted an assault on a British Garrison of 240 men stationed at the Border Post of Rorke’s Drift. After eleven hours of ferocious fighting, the remnants of the Zulu Impi departed in defeat, leaving 500 dead.  17 British soldiers died.  11 Victoria Crosses and 4 Distinguished Conduct Medals were awarded to the brave men manning the Garrison.

Hear the emotional and empowering stories like this and many more when you join an expertly narrated battlefields tour.

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Fugitives' Drift Guest House

Fugitives’ Drift is world famous for its battlefield tours, led by knowledgeable and highly-qualified lecturers, steeped in the history of the region and telling the tale as they were taught to...

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Fugitives' Drift Lodge

Fugitives’ Drift is world famous for its battlefield tours, led by knowledgeable and highly-qualified lecturers, steeped in the history of the region and telling the tale as they were taught...

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Isandlwana Lodge

Isandlwana Lodge is carved into the iNyoni rock overlooking Mount Isandlwana, the site of the historic Anglo-Zulu war battle which took place on the 22nd of January, 1879. Accommodation...

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Three Tree Hill Lodge

Three Tree Hill Lodge overlooks the secluded Mfazimnyama Valley of the Spioenkop Game Reserve against the backdrop of the Drakensberg mountains. The lodge consists of 6 standard luxury twin...

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