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Isandlwana Lodge offers twelve luxury rooms all en-suite and tastefully decorated in a mixture of traditional and modern styles. The Lodge is carved into the iNyoni rock formation on top of which the Zulu commander stood during the battle of Isandlwana on 22 January 1879. Enjoy unparalleled views from the crisp early light of a sparkling Zulu dawn to the splendor of the African sunset.
All reviews rob gerrard rorke's drift two nights battlefield tour stunning views zulu wars wonderful experience battle field story telling dining room local guide private balcony hot water bottles dirt road attention to detail high standard log fire
Wish we had had more than two nights here. You could spend a day just sitting on the terrace watching the birds and enjoying the view. Food and wine was excellent.
Our bedroom was comfy, spotless and had a great view.
We felt at home...More
Lodge is far away form everything so one should be interested in the Battlefield history otherwise there are better places to get away from the city buzz. Poorly signposted best to follow Isandlwana Battlefield signs. Location of the lodge is on a ridge offers nice...More
Isandlwana Lodge is a super place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This lodge is peaceful and secure, with great service from management and staff. Great views of the battlefields. Thanks Shane and Roz.
After visiting the battlefield our group came to the lodge for lunch. It involved an uphill walk from an African village below to an international standard hotel. The lodge overlooks the battlefield and many miles more of open countryside. The quality of furnishings etc in...More
The welcome and hospitality we received at Isandlwana Lodge was simply superb. Friendly personal service, nothing was too much trouble.
The view from all bedrooms and reception rooms is simply stunning and the tour of the Isandlwana and Rorkes Drift Zulu battlefields, conducted by Dalton,...More
Hi Alan, we were on a tour and only stayed two nights, you usually do Islandwana in the morning as it is close to the hotel and then Rorke's Drift in the afternoon as it is about 20 minutes or so by road. If we had had... More
Hi Alan, we were on a tour and only stayed two nights, you usually do Islandwana in the morning as it is close to the hotel and then Rorke's Drift in the afternoon as it is about 20 minutes or so by road. If we had had another night we would have tried the trek they do covering the retreat route from Islandswana to Rorke's Drift.