Isandlwana and colonial cemetery

Battle of Isandlwana

Many events have occurred throughout the history of South Africa that can be considered pivotal events; moments that have shaped the path the country has followed. It is my personal opinion, that one of the most important events, fell on the 22nd January 1879 when the Zulu army struck the British army a surprising and devastating blow – this was the Battle of Isandlwana.


Beautiful view at the aptly named Sunset Jetty in St Lucia

Day Tours

Beautiful sunny skies, warm and friendly people, fascinating cultures and customs, Durban has it all in one, vibrant city. Durban has been voted as “one of the best SA cities to live in“, as having the “best quality of life in SA“, and “one of the world’s best cities for street food” and voted as “New 7 wonder city of the world“. It’s hardly surprising that Durban is becoming even more popular with tourists then. We have a number of fantastic Durban day tours for visitors to Durban to enjoy. If it’s a city tour you’re after, or perhaps a safari tour, adventure or even a historical tour you’re after, we’ll have something to suit you.


Day Tour to Isandlwana and Rorkes Drift

A few days ago I was booked for a day tour to Isandwlana and Rorkes Drift. Lately we’ve had some extraordinarily warn weather, the temperature at Isandlwana reached 40 degrees Celsius (104 F). And although this is hotter than usual, the British would have had a similar heat during the Anglo Zulu war campaign!

The site of Durnford's Last Stand with Isandlwana in the background

The site of Durnford’s Last Stand with Isandlwana in the background