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  • Explore Zulu battlefields
    It is hard to believe that this scenic, tranquil landscape was once the focal point of several major military clashes spanning 70 years, with the majestic Drakensberg mountains as the backdrop. From old forts, graveyards and battlefield sites, to historic towns, national monuments and museums, you will have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of famous military strategists.
  • Dramatic Drakensberg
    Enjoy an optional 4x4 vehicle tour of the Sani Pass, a spectacular mountain road that is a well-known entry point into Lesotho from South Africa’s Natal Drakensberg Park. It is the gateway to the ‘Roof of Africa’ scenic route that links the spectacular scenery of the Drakensberg with the mountains of northern Lesotho.
  • Wildcoast waterfalls
    In heart of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, Howick Falls drops in spectacular fashion to a turbulent pool. The Midlands, which stretches from stretches from Pietermaritzburg to the Drakensberg Mountains, is a spectacular spot to visit with its abundant forests, hills, rivers, lakes, dams and South African waterfalls. At the falls viewing site, just metres from the edge of the falls, visitors can enjoy the uMngeni River in its tireless flow to the Indian Ocean.
  • Game drive on a private reserve
    Enjoy a two night stay at Mpongo Private Game Reserve where you can explore your surroundings on an included morning game drive with the opportunity to spot the 'big five.' Mpongo Private Game Reserve offers visitors a one of-a-kind experience of game viewing and true South African hospitality.
  • Mandela's homeland
    Mthatha is the home of one of the three Nelson Mandela Museums which spread across three sites, it collects, interprets and exhibits key aspects of the story of the life and times of Nelson Mandela in context. It offers a memorable cultural experience that gives insights into the life of Nelson Mandela, with guided tours and a heritage trail that follow his footsteps.
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Zulu battlefields Escorted Journeys
Explore Zulu battlefields

It is hard to believe that this scenic, tranquil landscape was once the focal point of several major military clashes spanning 70 years, with the majestic Drakensberg mountains as the backdrop. From old forts, graveyards and battlefield sites, to historic towns, national monuments and museums, you will have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of famous military strategists.

Battlefields, Berg and a Wild Coast

  • VIP door-to-door travel service 
  • Travel insurance
  • Return scheduled flights and transfers
  • All breakfasts, eight lunches and all dinners
  • Saga tour manager
  • Porterage at all hotels

15 nights
from
£2,299
per person