Some say we all originate from Africa. This theory will become experiential truth when you hear that Zulu drumbeat under open African skies at Isibindi Zulu Lodge. Here are some exciting events in the heart of Zululand which you may visit while staying at Isibindi Zulu Lodge and Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge:
22 June – King Prayer day for King Dinuzulu held at Khethomthandayo Royal Palace Nongoma
27 July – King Zwelithini Birthday celebrations held at Khangelamankengane Royal Palace Nongoma
9 August – Womans Day Celebrations held at Khangelamankengane Royal Palace Nongoma
2nd weekend in September – Annual Reed Dance Celebrations held at Nyokeni Royal Palace Nongoma
24 September – King Shaka Day celebrations held in Durban
Last weekend in September – Annual Reed Dance Celebrations with Swaziland held at Ingwavuma Royal Palace; Ingwavuma
While staying at Isibindi Zulu Lodge you may like to learn more about this fascinating area, including visiting the battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift to experience the place where the Anglo-Zulu War took place. Read more about these momentous battles from our blogs The Cursed Battle of Isandlwana and Of Mice and Men.
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