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“The Dlinza Forest has an impressive 125 m aerial boardwalk, at an elevation of 10 m which allows visitors to walk right under the canopy of Dlinza’s indigenous scarp forest, culminating in a 20 m observation tower with breathtaking views. The walkway, which is wheelchair friendly, provides intimate access to 65 bird and 85 butterfly species, as well as to small mammals such as blue duiker, bush pigs, and bush babies.”
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Establishment
“It reflects the real life style, traditions and habits of the Zulu Nation of Kwazulu Natal”
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Taman
“The town of Eshowe has grown around the enchanting Dlinza Forest and it is probably the most accessible of Zululand’s forests. There are two hiking trails through the forest as well as a drive on a rough track through the centre of the forest where visitors can still glimpse a secretive blue duiker or bushbuck. Visitors can get a new perspective on the forest – a bird’s eyeview – from the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk. The boardwalk – the first in South Africa – is a 125m-walkway which takes visitors from the forest understorey into its leafy canopy giving a close glimpse of life high above the forest floor – birds nesting and feeding, epiphytic orchids flowering in dappled light and giant trees competing for light and space. At the end of the walkway, visitors can climb the 20m high viewing tower which emerges above the canopy of the trees and has magnificent views over the forest and of the countryside leading down to the coast. Signposted in Kangela Str. Opening Hours: 06h00-17h00 (Sept-April) & 07h00-17h00 (May-Aug). Not safe to go alone”
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Restoran
“Adams Outpost Restaurant and Tea Garden is a traveller’s answer to his pangs of hunger combined with an earnest desire to enjoy the surrounding scenery. Situated in Eshowe, the oldest European settlement in Zululand, this restaurant is a delight for just about anyone to experience. Adams Outpost Restaurant is situated in the Fort Nongqayi Museum Village, in a homestead that dates back to 1887. This building was constructed by Alfred Adams, the first trader and military purveyor in Eshowe. Over the years, the homestead, originally called Norwood, was host to many dignitaries and well-known members of the elite that had the privilege of visiting South Africa. The most famous story, of course, is that of Prince Edward dancing on the dining room table in 1925. In addition to full-bodied coffees and rich cappuccinos, the menu includes fabulous favourites like stuffed brown mushrooms, smoked salmon salad with wasabi soy dressing, several salads, a range of breakfasts (including the traditional bacon and eggs, and fluffy omelettes), scones with fresh cream and strawberry jam, Thai chicken breast, beef fillet, spare ribs, curry of the day, calamari, fish, and different snack baskets and platters. The portion sizes are known to be generous. Sweets and freshly baked goods are irresistible too. The outdoor seating area is a fantastic feature as it invites diners and visitors to relax and enjoy the beauty of KwaZulu-Natal with little else weighing on their minds.”
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Lodging
“Our bed and breakfast lodge, an hour and a half from Durban on the way to the Big Five game reserves of Zululand.”
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Point of Interest
“This beautiful old fort was originally created in the middle of the Dlinza Forest in eShowe in 1883. Around 90 barefoot Zulu police (known as the Nongqayi or 'restrainers') moved into the building to maintain law and order in Zululand in what today functions as Zululand's biggest museum village. Within the village of Fort Nongqayi are a number of museums. For instance the Zululand Historical Museum, which not only journeys from the Iron Age to the present day to trace the history of the area, but also focuses on the cross-cultural influences the past 200 years have brought to bear on Zululand. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
Locality
“ZULULAND BREWERY WHERE? The Zululand Brewery is situated at The George Hotel in Eshowe, with beers available on tap at The Pablo Esco Bar. ABOUT ZULULAND BREWERY You may already know all about the Zululand Brewery because you’re already a fan of the Zulu Blonde Beer, which is available in the United Kingdom. If you’ve never heard of them carry on reading. It all began in 1997, when the Chennells family decided to found their own beer company. Based in Eshowe in Zululand the beers went from strength to strength and the Zulu Blonde, which is the flagship of the brand, was launched internationally in 2010. More than 800 pubs in the UK now stock this beer. Our Beers: Coming from Eshowe, which is rich in Zulu history and culture, our beers have a bit of a story behind their names… Zulu Blonde, Chelmsford Porter, Jantoni Pale Ale, Ultimatum Pilsner, Bull Horn Bitter Book a tour and make your way to the brewery to find out all there is to know about this special brewery in the heart of Zululand.36 - 38 Main Street, Eshowe, Zululand, KwaZulu Natal”
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Restoran
“Adams Outpost Restaurant and Tea Garden is a traveller’s answer to his pangs of hunger combined with an earnest desire to enjoy the surrounding scenery. Situated in Eshowe, the oldest European settlement in Zululand, this restaurant is a delight for just about anyone to experience. Adams Outpost Restaurant is situated in the Fort Nongqayi Museum Village, in a homestead that dates back to 1887. This building was constructed by Alfred Adams, the first trader and military purveyor in Eshowe. Over the years, the homestead, originally called Norwood, was host to many dignitaries and well-known members of the elite that had the privilege of visiting South Africa. The most famous story, of course, is that of Prince Edward dancing on the dining room table in 1925. In addition to full-bodied coffees and rich cappuccinos, the menu includes fabulous favourites like stuffed brown mushrooms, smoked salmon salad with wasabi soy dressing, several salads, a range of breakfasts (including the traditional bacon and eggs, and fluffy omelettes), scones with fresh cream and strawberry jam, Thai chicken breast, beef fillet, spare ribs, curry of the day, calamari, fish, and different snack baskets and platters. The portion sizes are known to be generous. Sweets and freshly baked goods are irresistible too. The outdoor seating area is a fantastic feature as it invites diners and visitors to relax and enjoy the beauty of KwaZulu-Natal with little else weighing on their minds.”
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