Let a local guide take you on a walk through the picturesque Isandlwana Village. Visit a modern home as well as a traditional homestead to learn how Zulu families used to live; a sangoma or traditional healer; a historical church; a local school and a safe haven for children.BIKE RIDE AND CRAFT EXPERIENCE Our 6 km bike ride starts with storytelling and coffee at the Marketplace, then to a neighbouring village past a cattle dip and striking conical hill. Stop over at the picturesque homestead of master crafter Mpume Mazibuko. Enjoy a light traditional meal and tea while you sit under a tree and can learn to make a beaded object. The return drive can take an optional loop through the Battlefield.
The Isandlwana WOWZULU Marketplace, inside the museum where battlefield bookings are made, is your friendly home in Isandlwana. Buy locally made craft or enjoy coffee, a cold drink and snack on the veranda with views across the village to Isandlwana mountain, while listening to stories of the area. The Marketplace is the start of four experiences:
Isandlwana The battlefield
Africa!Ignite is a rural development agency that works across KwaZulu-Natal. Its focus is on women, youth and enterprise development. They believe in the people of our continent, our country and our province. Their aim is to help them to reach their potential, so that they can ignite the continent’s energy, creativity and economic power.
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From Isandlwana, spend a half-day visiting Bertinah Khumalo’s thriving Wire Nest Cooperative in Nondweni, 39 km away. Their colourful embroidery on recycled maize bags has won several design awards and is exported across the world. Enjoy a snack and drink, watch the embroiderers at work and let Ma Khumalo teach you to make your own small embroidery. Hear stories about village life while you enjoy a snack and drink.
Isandlwana Village walk