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Zulu - Mpophomeni Tourism Experience

Map Reference - 119 Experience genuine friendly modern Zulu Culture in the historical township of Mpophomeni in the heart of the Midlands. Surrounded by waterfalls and close to Midmar Dam and Nelson Mandela monument. Delicious traditional meals; Zulu cultural entertainment, ancestral consultation, Zulu dance, township tour around historical sites. Booking essential.   Address: 2691 Nelson Mandela Highway Mpophomeni Tel/Fax:  033 238 0288 &...

Zulu-lulu Trading

Map Reference – 215 Zulu-lulu brings together an eclectic mix of our cultural styles, which influence the work of ceramic artist Trayci Tompkins and her creative team of artists. Meet the infamous "Dlamini" family of figurines, start your collection of individually handmade raku-fired clay "collectables" or revamp your table with our designer "functionals". Open: 9am-5pm Closed: Christmas Day Tel:  033 343 3480  Cell:  083&n...

Zululand Birding Route

The Zululand Birding Route - Way beyond the big 5 Zululand Birding Route mission is to promote and develop birding based tourism in KwaZulu-Natal for the benefit of avitourists, communities and birds. ZBR  has a spectacular 605 bird species and a wonderful range of destinations where they occur. It is a treasure trove of specials such as Green Barbet, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Pink-Throated Twinspot, Neergard’s Sunbird and Palmnut Vulture. The Zululand Birding Route lights this jewel,...

Zululand Brewing Company, Eshowe

Proceed along the coast in the direction of Hluhluwe and you will reach the small village of Eshowe amidst the rolling hills and breathtaking scenery of Zululand.       The Zululand Brewing Company is know as the smallest, family-owned brewery on the Zulu Kingdom Brew Route. Owner, Graham Chennels, acquired the plant from Rawdon’s, were the Nottingham Brewing Company first brewed their tasty beer. The plant is found in the garden of the Zululand Hotel directly next...