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I was hired by Mthonjaneni Municipality for the Full Two Day Tour as their Tourist Guides. A very fascinating day with all Councilors left with their mouth wide open, amazed about my knowledge on our history, Zulu- Anglo wars sites in and around Zululand. My...More
Built in the middle of the Dlinza Forest in Eshowe round about 1883, Fort Nongqayi housed about 90 barefoot Zulu police (known as the Nongqayi or 'restrainers')who moved into the building to maintain law and order in Zululand on behalf of Britain after the Anglo-Zulu war....More
The curator at the museum was very knowledgeable- he had lots of info to share regarding the chapel and the fort! The tour guide for the Zulu part of the museum was quite vibrant and happy to share of her knowledge of Zulu basket making,...More
More or less by chance we came to this museum in an old fort.
We started by seeing the Zulu handicraft museum, where we were told all about the how and why of Zulu pottery, weaved pots and woodcarvings etc. Very informative and without the...More
The best part of the "village" is the souvenir shop with a good selection of not-the-usual-run-of-the mill curios at reasonable prices and Gerti, a most friendly and helpful shop assistant. The second outstanding part of the village is the "Adam's Outpost" Restaurant. It is situated...More
Great opportunity to see Zulu- and colonial exhibits! Great (professionally) guided tour through the fort and church (acts as museum). Not too much information and not too little - ask if you want to know more! Coupled with a very well stocked curio shop, excellent...More
Driving from St Lucia to Durban we decided to get off the N2 to see a little of the real Zululand and we were so glad we did. The scenery instantly became more interesting and on reaching the ancient Zulu capital of Eshowe we headed...More
We visited today and enjoyed the guided tour of the fort. The guide gave us minimal information and seemed to be slightly anxious to complete his tour with us. The exhibits were poorly presented and the guide gave us little time to read the information...More