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Because of our central and convenient location, we offer high quality day tours to the Battlefields of the Anglo-Zulu War including Isandlwana and Rorke`s Drift, the Zulu Historical Sites and the Hluhluwe-i Mfolozi Game Reserve, home to the "big 5" and famous for its Rhino`s Telephone: (035) 4745280 This dense forest contains many species of hardwoods, forest climbers, and dense undergrowth, especially fern species.
There are small grassy glades in and around the forest margins.
The gentle candlelight, silver and crystal in the elegant dining room, furnished in Stinkwood, compliment the exquisitely presented cuisine.
The nine bedrooms, all en-suite, are tastefully appointed anticipating our every need.
Contact: KZN Wildlife - (035)4745280 Central Zululand, Eshowe district, 16km west of Eshowe on the road to Nkandla.
A little-known and as yet undeveloped small forest reserve at an altitude of about 650 m. In parts the undergrowth is dense, with ferns of several species, many ground orchids and shrubs providing good cover for birds.
Ithala Game Reserve provides an outstanding vehicle trail to aid guest's game watching, and a notated guide booklet is available in the shop at Ntshondwe, Ithala's superbly designed, multi-award winning camp.
There has even been a middle stone age tool found by archaeologists which pushes the date back to anything up to 200,000 years.
Recently, in the last few hundred years, with the advent of the Nguni people, iron smelting took place in Ithala and there are a number of smelting sites adjacent to deposits of banded ironstone which was crushed to provide the iron ore.
Guests may relax around the sparkling pool set in the indigenous garden, which attracts a large variety of birds.
The splendour of the surroundings may be appreciated while gently ambling along 30km of self guided trails.
Located on the Babanango Valley Private Wilderness Reserve, 4000 ha of stunningly beautiful countryside, Babanango Valley Lodge has magnificent views down the Valley.