Isibindi Zulu Lodge is situated on the rugged 2000 hectare Isibindi Eco-Reserve home to various species of Plains Game and many bird species. Guests can explore the reserve either on foot or on guided game drives. The many gravel roads and game paths offer challenging mountain biking terrain for the more adventurous and during the summer months it is great fun to cool off in the rivers. A visit to the nearby battlefields of the Anglo Zulu War are a must. Fascinating trips are offered into the surrounding hills and valleys where one can learn more about the mighty Zulu nation.
Your day at Isibindi Zulu Lodge may be as action-packed or as gentle as you choose. You might start early with a morning game drive, breeze in your hair and sun on your face as you appreciate African wildlife from this unique perspective. Eat a hearty breakfast, after which you may be led on a tour of the Anglo-Zulu battlefields, where the stories of bravery and cowardice will enthral and inspire you.
Return to the lodge for a calm dip in the infinity-edge swimming pool, and perhaps enjoy a cool drink while lying on a pool lounger. Nap in your textured Zulu-inspired beehive hut and appreciate the African bushveld from the viewing platform of your private deck.
Later the flame-lit lamps will guide you down the path to a boma dinner under open African skies, where passionate Zulu dancing around a hot fire and a traditional meal and home-brewed beer will fill you with gratitude for being allowed insight into this beautiful corner of the world.