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Winston Churchill Capture Site

Winston Churchill was Caputured at this site in November 1899 , after the train on which he had been travelling had been ambushed and derailed.

Winston Churchill Plaque

West Street, Durban, 4001

In 1900, after capture by the Boers at Frere during the Anglo-Boer war, Winston Churchill escaped from Pretoria and made his way to Lourenco Marques. Eventually arriving in Durban, he gave a rousing speech on the stai...

Winterton Country Lodge @ Rose Cottage

R600 towards Laydsmith, Winterton, 3340

Cosy, quaint & romantic accommodation between huge stree & abundant bird life. DSTV in all rooms.Fly fishing & canoeing in the dam.

Winterton Museum

Church Street, Winterton, 3340

(036) 488 1885

This small museum is well worth a visit and has fascinating displays on the history of farming in the area, the early inhabitants, a reconstructed Zulu beehive kraal, gallery of San paintings as well as displays on the B...

Wisdom Travel and Tours

121 Margaret Mncadi Avenue, Durban, 4000

Wisdom Travel and Tours is a tour operator providing both tour operation and tour guiding services in and around the beautiful province of KwaZulu- Natal. We compile itineraries for our clients varying from leisure, hist...

Witch Peak

(033) 845 1000

A peak on the main escarpment south of Ndedema Buttress.

Wits End Mountain Resort cc

R 600, Central Drankensberg

(036) 468 1133
info@witsend.co.za

9 Units.Nestled below the twin peaks of Champagne Castle and Cathkin, in the heart of the Champagne Valley. The Resort has a function center that can accommodate up to 150 people, a pool side lapa, a large lake with boat...

Wonder Valley Cave

KZN Wildlife, Injasuthi Camp, Loskop Road, Estcourt

Boo the cave via KZN Wildlife, sleeps 12.

Woodcutters Grillhouse And Bar

48 Buckingham Terrace, Westville, 3630

Seafood, A La carte restaurant and Stake house.

Woodhouse Falls

The woodhouse waterfall is 10m high. It is named after a farmer William Woodhouse, who in the 1880`s was fording the Karkkloof river just above the fall. His horse tripped and threw him. The horse scrambled out, but its ...