Endumeni Tourism - Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal

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Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal - Things to do

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Nestling in a valley in the picturesque Biggarsberg, are the towns of Dundee and Glencoe. At the base of the Indumeni mountain, the highest peak in the Biggarsberg range of mountains, is Wasbank, a small town which time has appeared to pass by. Indumeni means 'where the thunder rolls' and the area around this mountain is called Endumeni, hence the name of the municipal authority of this area. Situated equidistant between Durban and Johannesburg, with well-established road, rail and air infrastructure, the Indumeni region is the geographic centre of Northern KwaZulu Natal. There are numerous provincial and national government departmental branches in Dundee. The whole area has a fascinating and multi-faceted history. There are numerous interesting and unusual places to visit and in doing so, you can experience our culture and heritage. The cultural, economic and military history of the area is depicted in the Talana Museum, on the outskirts of Dundee.
A number of gracious old homes in the towns and on nearby farms have been converted into tourist accommodation. Hotels, guest lodges, self-catering cottages and caravan parks offer visitors a wide range of excellent quality accommodation.

The area is home to a number of skilled crafts people. Pottery, wood work, hand knotted carpets, woven grass baskets, Zulu beadwork, are all produced here and artists and crafts people can be seen at work in their own environment. Currently the main industry is agriculture. The main farming activity is cattle ranching and local livestock sales are among the most lucrative in KwaZulu Natal. Sheep, dairy and crop farming also form part of the agricultural enterprise.

Accommodation near Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal

Chez Nous Bed and Breakfast - Dundee, Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering

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Chez Nous means "at home" and is situated in a tranquil area of Dundee, heart of Battlefields. Come experience outstanding South African hospitality with French flair at this Dundee accommodation, where they provide a delicious full South African breakfast with fresh croissants. Dinner is on request, served with home baked bread and home grown organic vegetables. Accommodation This accommodation ...

Basangoma Game Ranch - Paulpietersburg, Self Catering

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This Paulpietersburg accommodation is situated on a 1200 ha Game Farm located in Northern Kwazulu Natal, between Vryheid and Paulpietersburg. There are over twenty antelope species to be found on the property, as well as white rhino, Cape Buffalo, Giraffe, Bushpig, Nyala, Zebra, Springbok (Normal and Black), Kudu, Impala, Eland, Steenbuck, Waterbuck, Duiker, Black Wildebeest, Hartebeest, Oryx, Mountain ...

Things to do near Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal

Babanango Tourism - Babanango, Tourism Information

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Babanango lies on a hilltop in hill country north of central Kwazulu-Natal. As it is the highest town in this region at 770m, it is often blanketed in mist. Babanango is on the Kwazulu-Natal Battlefield Route. Clashes between Zulu and Voortrekkers occurred in the area. Several British forts are in the greater area. Fort Marshall, built in 1879, is about 30Km west of babanango. Fort Prospect ...

Endumeni Tourism - Dundee, Tourism Information

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Nestling in a valley in the picturesque Biggarsberg, are the towns of Dundee and Glencoe. At the base of the Indumeni mountain, the highest peak in the Biggarsberg range of mountains, is Wasbank, a small town which time has appeared to pass by. Indumeni means 'where the thunder rolls' and the area around this mountain is called Endumeni, hence the name of the municipal authority of this area. Situated ...

Ladysmith Tourism - Ladysmith, Tourism Information

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The town of Ladysmith on the banks of the Klip River was proclaimed in 1850. Ladysmith was named after the Spanish wife of Sir Harry Smith who was the Cape Colony's first governor and was known for his fairness. Ladysmith became a prosperous staging- post for fortune-hunters en route to the Transvaal gold-fields and diamond discoveries at Kimberley. ...

Newcastle Tourism - Newcastle, Tourism Information

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Consistent growth over the past four decades has seen Newcastle grow from a rural town to what is now referred to as the capital of Northern KwaZulu-Natal. While this growth can be attributed to the industrial development, the town has retained its "country atmosphere" and is surrounded by a balance of green hills and level plains. Newcastle remains a prime venue for major sports competitions ...

Paulpietersburg Tourism - Paulpietersburg, Tourism Information

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Paulpietersburg is said to be the healthiest town in South Africa, because of its excellent climate and the naturally high quality of its water which has attracted two spring-water bottling plants to the area. The town, which lies at the base of eDumbe Mountain, has a distinctly German character. The German influence dates back to the 19th century, when Lutheran missionaries and colonists founded settlements ...

Rorke's Drift Tourism - Rorke Drift, Tourism Information

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Rorke's Drift, famous, infamous but delightful is an experience not to be missed. Located on the battlefields of kwaZulu-Natal, South Africa this little hamlet has seen some of the most significant moments in South Africa's history. Intersperse this with the rolling plains of Africa where the Paperbark tree, animals and birds abound and the Southern Cross and Milky Way shine down ...

Vryheid Tourism - Vryheid, Tourism Information

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Take note of the countryside as you approach Vryheid from any direction - it's a diverse marvel. It is a part of KwaZulu-Natal that has definite seasons that turn summer's lush greenery to oatmeal coloured veld during the winter months. It has rolling hills of forests, veld and fields, and craggy, flat-topped outcrops sandwiching seams of coal. There are places several kilometres south ...

Weenen Tourism - Weenen, Tourism Information

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Weenen is a small agricultural town in KwaZulu Natal South Africa. Of late it starting to emerge as a tourist destination for those of you looking for a little more excitement. Weenen offers tourists white water rafting on the Tugela river, horse safaris through the Tugela Biosphere, canal trips, game viewing, 4x4 safaris, mountain biking, abseiling and rhino tracking by foot. This hidden ...

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Endumeni Tourism

GPS Co-Ordinates: 30° 14' 6.5" E / 28° 9' 52" S

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Directions to Endumeni Tourism in Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal

Departing: King Shaka International Airport
Address: M65, La Mercy 4405, South Africa
Distance: 0.4 km / Duration: 3 hours 39 mins
1.Head southeast15 m
2.Turn right41 m
3.Turn right22 m
4.Turn right0.4 km
5.Take the 1st left toward R1021.9 km
6.Take the 2nd right toward R1020.3 km
7.Turn right onto R1029.8 km
8.Turn left onto Noodesberg Rd1.0 km
9.Continue onto R61465.7 km
10.Turn right onto P15913.5 km
11.Turn right toward R337.0 km
12.Turn right onto R3320.8 km
13.Turn right onto Durban St/R33/R74
Continue to follow R33/R74
2.0 km
14.Turn left onto R33124 km
15.Turn left onto Victoria St/R680.4 km

Nearest Airport

King Shaka International Airport - Durban

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In May 2010 King Shaka International Airport was opened and is three times bigger than the original Durban International Airport.

The airport has been named after the great warrior and 19th century ruler, Zulu King Shaka. This international airport is the third busiest airport in South Africa with around 7 million passengers. It is 35 kilometres away from the centre of Durban.

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Nearby Towns

Things to do near Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Dundee, Battlefields, N.Natal » Current Current
Rorke Drift, Battlefields, N.Natal » 51 mins 50.0 km
Ladysmith, Battlefields, N.Natal » 51 mins 68.3 km
Newcastle, Battlefields, N.Natal » 53 mins 69.2 km
Vryheid, Battlefields, N.Natal » 1 hour 2 mins 74.2 km
Babanango, Battlefields, N.Natal » 1 hour 31 mins 106 km
Paulpietersburg, Battlefields, N.Natal » 1 hour 37 mins 120 km
Weenen, Battlefields, N.Natal » 1 hour 38 mins 127 km

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