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Old Goal

(035) 474 1141

Built in 1900 which is now a national monument.

Old Raadsaal (Council Chamber) and Fort

Landdrost Street, Vryheid, 3100

(033) 394 6543

The Nieuwe Republiek (New Republic) Fort was built in 1884, and in 1887 the four cells of the prison were added. The building served as the parliament building for the Nieuwe Republiek under Lucas Meijer (Meyer). The pr...

Ondini, Ulundi Area

Mahlabatini, Ulundi, 3838

Ondini was king Cetshwayo's main kraal, built and rebuilt on several sites. The main village was the final focus of the British attacks during the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. It was burnt to the ground. The present recons...

Ongoye Forest Reserve


This reserve contains endemic bird and plant species. Interesting birds include Woodward`s barbet, crowned eagle, yellow streaked bulbul, spotted thrush, etc. Beautiful trees of the forest include Natal olinia, Natal pal...

Opathe Game Reserve

12 King Dinizulu Highway, Opathe Game Reserve, Ulundi, 3838

(035) 870 5000

Game drives, giraffes, rhinos, birdwatch & springboks.

Opathe Gorge Battlefield

Opathe, Mahlabatini District, Ulundi, 3838

This deep gorge was the site of an ambush in 1838. After the battle of Blood River on 16 December 1838, the victory commando of Boers pushed on to Mgungunhlovu, which was found in flames. The commando laagered on Mth...

Pakamisa Private Game Reserve

D429 Off Pongola R66, Pongola, , 3170

Situated on top of Pakamisa Mountain, this exclusive lodge offers spectacular views over the malaria-free private game reserve. Architectural inspirit has been drawn from colonial Spain and each of the eight spacious roo...

Phobane Lake

A more difficult climb than the inner needle. Access via the mweni area.

Phola La Bed and Breakfast

10 Holiday Street, Melmoth, 3835

Phola la is located on the North side of Melmoth Town just next to R66 on your right when travelling from the North (Ulundi, Johannesburg) as you enter Melmoth Town or on your left from the South (Empangeni, Durban) most...

Piet Retief's Grave

Piet retief and his party, with their servants, were murdered here on Dingane's orders on 6 February 1838, while concluding negotiations to settle in Natal. The hillock is known as 'Kwamatiwane'.