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Zulu Battlefields

British Colonial South Africa

Zulu war Battlefields ToursVoortrekker Laager - Blood River 1838 by Interface Travel. Our tours take you back in time with a glimpse into the history of 19th century British Colonial South Africa with the Anglo Zulu war's of KwaZulu Natal, including the Boer-Zulu Battlefield of Blood River of 1838 when Andries Pretorius successfully defended an attack on his wagon laager by King Dingaan Battlefield of Isandlwana - Anglo Zulu Wars 1879 and his 10,000 Zulu force. The Anglo-Zulu Battlefield of Isandlwana when the British #3 column was annihilated by a numerically superior force of the great Zulu regiments & Kwa Jim's mission station of Rorkes Drift Fugitives Drift 1879when 11 VC's were awarded to the 24th B coy Welsh Borderers. Traveling east you can visit the Zulu capital of Ulundi and and the old Zulu order with the memorial to the fallen of both sides, this was the last battle that lead to the total defeat of the mighty Zulu empire on 4 July 1879. From Ulundi there is Fort Eshowe where Pearson Column was besieged by 6,000 Zulu's during the first invasion of Zululand.

Tour duration: - 3 days to 11 days depending on the destinations chosen, tours can be customised and combined with the Boer Battlefields.


Zulu Battlefields and Kruger Park Safaris

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10 day (9 nights) combined Anglo Boer Zulu Battlefields tour of KwaZulu Natal and wildlife Safari in the famous Kruger National Park with photo opportunities around the Drakensberg escarpment of the Blyderiver Canyon.

Includes: return transfers Johannesburg/Pretoria, accomodations, meals.

An information pack with our own documentation & maps is supplied for the Battlefields being visited.


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