SA and SADC Resident rate special to the December 2019. Normal rate R3888 per person per night sharing excluding the tours. Our Special R1800 per person per night sharing including one tour and all meals. Minimum stay required of 2 nights.
Isandlwana Lodge, an oasis in Zululand, is carved into the side of the Nyoni Rock just below where the Zulu commander stood during the Battle of Isandlwana on the 22nd of January 1879. The lodge is conveniently located to Rorkes Drift, made famous by the movie, Zulu, starring Michael Caine and is a part of the daily tours at Isandlwana Lodge.. The view from every vantage point in the Lodge is stunning. Isandlwana is one of the last places in South Africa where one can watch the village come to life in the morning and close down at the end of the day. The Zulus are very hospitable people who capture the imagination of guests from around the world because of their friendliness and fascinating culture.
The Lodge was designed to look as if it grew out of the rocks on which it is built. The building is made of native stone from the area with a thatched roof and the furniture is made of African woods. There are 12 stylish bedrooms, each en-suite, with a private balcony overlooking the panorama of the battlefield and plain. Fabrics used in the bedrooms were designed and made by Zulu women.