Hotel in a Zulu type style with Zulu tour and music included. We stayed for one night as part of a trip in SA. Accomodation spacious but rather basic. Views from restaurant on the lake are beautiful. Restaurant and food very basic.
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If you like to know about the tribal lifestyle of South Africa then Shakaland is a good place, for it gives you a clear understanding of Zulu culture.It is an hour and a half drive from Umhalanga. You can book it online the fare includes...More
Really cool experience, to learn something about the Zulu-culture. The guided tour through the village started at 4 in the afternoon. Later on we watched traditional dancing and had a nice meal. Afterwards we slept in traditional houses. Really worth a visit!
This was one of my highlights of our whole African trip. It was so interesting and such a different experience. My husband who originally came from South Africa went here on a school trip many many years ago so thought it would be a really...More
This was an impromptu outing. When we arrived (2 adults and 2 kids) we had a bit of time before joining the buffet which I must say was DELICIOUS! Childhood memories from the flavours on offer!! After an hour we were called to go through...More
The areal was created as prop for the Hollywood film production "Shaka Zulu" more than 30 years ago. The so-called "Zulu village" has aged accordingly, but that is exactly what gives it even more charme and authenticity. The tour guides who take the visitors' groups...More
Many years i go, i had opportunity to visit the place, it a place of culture, it place of history, it place of peace and love and joke,
We spent an incredible evening at this Zulu hotel,the staff were very hospitable and friendly.You stay in beehive styled mud huts,but with modern facilities i.e. shower,tv etc.There are excellent dining conditions and a well stocked bar.A tribal show was put on ,the frenetic dancing had...More
We went here as an excursion. It was local people acting out the presentation. But they did a great job with presenting the Zulu culture. Lunch was served and it was delicious overlooking a beautiful valley. Lots of beaded jewelry to buy and a nice...More