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The heroic defence of Rorke’s Drift and the massacre of the Welsh Guards on the eerie site of Isandlwana loom large in British military history. We can arrange for you to explore these battlefields, and those like Colenso and Majuba Hill of Boer war with a specialist guide during your time in KwaZulu Natal.
These conflicts were between the British, the Boers and the proud Zulu nation and throughout KwaZulu Natal you are continually aware of Zulu culture. Close to these areas are the dramatic peaks of the Drakensberg, meaning “Dragon’s mountains” resembling a line of dragon’s teeth or a wall of spears. You can enjoy superb walking here and we can arrange hikes lasting several days.
French Huguenot culture combines with German, British, African and Malayan influences to create the unique personality of the Cape. The influences are found in the Cape Dutch architecture, the vineyards and superb cuisines which make the cape such a wonderful, hospitable region to pass the time, particularly in the long sunny months from November to April.
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