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Protea Hotel - Shakaland

Norman Hurst Farm, Nkwaleni Valley, Eshowe, 3815

(035) 460 0912

Cinema 100 Classroom 80 Boardroom 60 Banqueting 100 Cocktail 100. Authentic Zulu village and hotel. 55 beehive huts with en suite bathrooms. Daily guided tours and Zulu dancing, modern conference venue.

Protea Hotel Empangeni

64 Turnbull Street, Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal, 3880

Accommodation, Restaurant, Bar and Conference facilities.

Protea Hotel Shakaland

Normanhurst Farm, Nkwalini, KZN, 3816

(035) 460 0912

In the heart of Zululand - only 90 minutes north of the new King Shaka International Airport, lies a living monument to Zulu culture. Experience the sght of assegai-wielding warriors, share the fascinating secrets of the...

PSN Travel Frenzy

(035) 789 2876

PSN Travel Frenzy offers one stop solution for a variety of services including marketing for tourism, travel planning and advisory services for individuals and groups, transport arrangements, tour guiding services, hotel...

Qabuleka B&B

10147 Lindizwe Road, KwaLindizwe, Nongoma, 3954

The B&B is well situated in a rural setting offering access to 3 palaces of the King. It offers bed and breakfast, free Wi-Fi, Guided tours are arranged upon request to visit historical sites and trained guides will prov...

Qalakahle Lodge - Zululand

Unit C 783, Chief Owen Sithole Crescent, Ulundi, 3838

(035) 870 3594

Accommodation that takes five guests at a time. Three single rooms with double beds. One has got en-suite. One double room that takes two guests it has got two 3/4 beds. All rooms have got TVs. There is a kitchen where t...

Qudeni Forest

(035) 474 1141

Qudeni, "the place of the rooster", has magnificent forest trees, which include some uncommon species, and a number of rare forest birds.

Qudeni Nature Reserve

Nkandla District

082 214 2998

There are magnificent forest trees, including some uncommon species, and a number of rare forest birds. The forest and its fauna are poorly known and this makes a visit more exciting.

Raffia Palms

Umlalazi Nature Reserve, Mtunzini, 3867

The grove was planted by Mr C.C. Foxon when magistrate of the district, possibly in 1903. The original seeds came from Maputaland, where they had been introduced from further north by Portuguese missionaries. The grove ...

Raphia Palm Monument Trail

2 Station Road, Mtunzini, 3867

(035) 340 2259

This is a short trail of about 500m along a winding boardwalk over ground favoured by the raphia palm grove. It was built by the Mtunzini town board and is suitable for wheelchairs.