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The Provincial Tourist Guides Association of KwaZulu Natal

Battlefields Region

The Battlefields Region prides itself in having some of the most knowledgeable, enthusiastic and helpful Guides in the country. Our Guide members are all accredited and registered.

Their knowledge has been tested and accepted by their peers. This knowledge is kept up to date by a continuous interchange of opinions and information, together with regular "educationals" where groups of guides get together on various sites to discuss and exchange views and opinions on them.

The Association has a strict code of conduct by which all its members abide.

Visiting the Battlefields Region is a great experience made so much better when in the company of a Guide who can inform you in an interesting way of all you want to see, whether it is Battlefields, Wildlife, Birding, Zulu Culture, History in General, Rock paintings, Museums, Agriculture and Flora.

Our list of Guides is broken down into areas of expertise and location to make it easier for you to connect with them.

Note

Very few battlefield sites have any form of interpretative information and the use of a guide is recommended.

GUIDE ACCREDITION

In South Africa it is illegal to conduct a guided tour unless accredited and registered as a guide with the South African Tourism Authorities. Any client may ask to see a guide's registration card at any time.

PENALTIES

  • For the guide R1000 FINE
  • For the person hiring the guide R10 000 FINE

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British Military Cemetery at KwaMondi

404 | Situated on southwest-facing slope about 500m beyond Fort Ekowe. Enquiries Zululand Historical Museum Fort Nongqayi. There isRead more...

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eNtombe Battlefield

408 | 12 March1879 At Myer’s Drift on the eNtombe River, in the very early hours in the morningRead more...

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Fort Amiel Museum

506 | The fort is located in Amiel Park in Newcastle and was constructed in 1877 by men ofRead more...

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Accommodation More places to stay on the Battlefields Route

Battlefields Country Lodge and Sports Resort

Whether you’re a history boffin who needs comfortable accommodation close to some of the most legendary battlefields of SouthRead more...

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Chez Nouz Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering

Chez Nous Bed and Breakfast is managed by owner Elisabeth Durham. She was born in France but has livedRead more...

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Elandsheim Retreat

Elandsheim Retreat has accommodation for up to 120 people close to the Anglo-Zulu battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift.Read more...

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Last Post B&B

The Last Post B&B is named in honour of the British, Boer and Zulus who died in the battlesRead more...

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Nxala Ranch

Nxala Ranch is set amidst willow and paperback thorn trees – on a working farm – and offers aRead more...

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Oxford Lodge

B&B lodge with 37 luxury air conditioned rooms (15 double and 22 twin rooms). DSTV and free wi-fi. CoffeeRead more...

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