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What's on in Zululand

The Zululand Heritage Route, otherwise known as Route 66, links a number of small towns in the Zululand, which lies on the brink of both the Battlefields route and Drakensburg. On Route 66 each of the towns from Pongola in the north via Nongoma and Ulundi to Melmoth/Eshowe until it joins the N2 at Gingindlovu on the eastern coast offers its own unique experiences all linked to the Zulu Culture and Heritage. Visit the interesting towns and discover the natural attractions and experience the Zulu tradition and culture as well as the unmatched wildlife that Zululand’s farms and nature reserves have to offer. The Zululand Birding Route also offers an incredible diversity of over 650 bird species.



From tree top to flood plain, mountain to grassland, Zululand is a bonanza for birders.

Game viewing

Some of the continent's longest established wildlife reserves are situated among the rolling hills and river valleys, the wetlands and sand forests of


Guests are greeted with traditional Zulu hospitality and etiquette. Service invariably comes with a big smile from a people who relish showing off the

Zululand Experience

Visit the interesting towns, discover the natural attractions and experience the traditional culture and unmatched wildlife that Zululand has to offer


The tranquil hills and grasslands of Zululand carry many a famous battle scar. The canvas os of the 19th century was filled with one historical drama

Route 66

When talking of real Zulu Culture and History this is the Route to follow into and through the "heart and the pulse of the Zulu Kingdom.