Big 5 Game Experience

lep

Big 5 Game Experience

Price:
R 350.00 pp (min 4 people)
R 300.00 pp (group booking 6+)

Duration:
Day Tour
Enjoy an amazing 3 hour adventures game drive in the luxurious Nambiti Private Game Reserve.

Read more...

 

The Battle of Spioenkop and Ladysmith Siege

Picture1

The Battle of Spioenkop and Ladysmith Siege

Price:
 R2 200 (min 2 people)
 
Duration:
Day Tour
Spioenkop known by some, as the “acre of massacre”. Where on the 23 January 1900, with ongoing pressure to relieve the Ladysmith garrison. Gen. Sir Redvers Buller, placing his forces under control of Lt. Gen. Sir Charles Warren. Would make a decisive assault on the highest point of the Boer defences known as Spioenkop. This was seen as one of the greatest blunders of the Second Boer War. With great losses suffered by both the Imperial and Boer forces alike.

Read more...

 

Zulu Culture Tour

zulu_culture_trimmed

Zulu Culture Tour

Price:
 R2 000.00 per group

Duration:
 Day Tour
Experience the modern day Zulu culture along with the old through and exciting tour into the heart of Zululand.

This is a un-stage tour where your guide will lead you into remote parts of Zululand to meet and greet modern day Zulus. Our guide acts as an interpreter allowing ....

Read more...

 

Talana Hill and The Battle of Blood River

blood_river_trimmed

Talana Hill and The Battle of Blood River

Price:
 R 1 600.00 (min 2 people)>

Duration:
 Day Tour
The battle of Talana Hill was the first major clash of the Second Boer War. A frontal attack by defending British infantry supported by artillery drove Boers from a hilltop position in Dundee, but the British suffered heavy casualties including their commanding general Sir William Penn-Symons in the process on the 20th October 1899.

Read more...

 

The Battle of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift

isandl_trimmed

The Battle of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift

Price:
 R1 800 (min 2 people)
Duration:
 Day Tour
Isandlwana, well known as the place where the British had suffered a major defeat, with losses amounting up to 1,500 troops which had included their native black allies of the Natal Native Contingent., at the hands of Zulu forces on the 22nd January 1879.

Read more...

 
Social Networking
Facebook Image

Share to Facebook