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Normanhurst Farm, Nkwalini Zululand,Eshowe,ZA,South Africa
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Martin and Maryna Martin d on 06/05/2017 09:21 76 Reviews
Normanhurst Farm, Nkwalini Zululand,Eshowe,ZA,South Africa

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Martin and Maryna

Martin don 06/05/2017 09:21

Warm hospitality, good food and great location perched on top of a hill overlooking the Phobane Dam and rolling hills of Nkwalini. Loved the accommodation (in traditional Zulu Beehive huts). The Zulu dancing is a must!

Cracking Local Watering Hole

dik-bardonon 18/04/2017 17:13

Iz and I tend to drop by for a cool one when bundu bashing with friends in the local area.

I have never stayed over but I have eaten here with friends, watched Zulu dancing with relatives and even had a bulls night here a few years ago... enough said about that Lyndon!

It is a must see, visit and enjoy place for off-comers. It is a very special bar, resaurant and hotel with lovely staff in a fantastic location overlooking Phobane Lake.

Sundowners at Shakaland should be on everyone's bucket list.

Very different and well done

johnjmuscaton 07/04/2017 10:00

We were wondering how going to a film set would turn out but it was a great mixture of 1850s Zululand and modern day hotel. We were escorted in and about by ethnic performers that gave us a feel for the times and customs

The culture and setting were amazing. The rooms a dissapointment

rcutti_755667on 03/04/2017 10:45

The staff are amazing, the food acceptable and the experience and setting fabulous. But the hotel and rooms are in dire need of renovation and for the price we expected more. This used to be an amazing hotel .

Awesome Zulu Experience !

Masikati on 26/03/2017 09:14

Took the day visit to Shakaland to breath the fresh country air and revel in the Zulu tradition and dynasty history. It was a very educative , eye opening experience on the history of one of the greatest African empires and on its founder and cult hero King Shaka ;his tales of bravado, exploits and military genius. The guides were well versed in Zulu tradition and gave elaborate descriptions of the culture. Enjoyed the showcase of the Zulu dances and folklore songs that cane with it, got to see the chief in his Royal chair. We also experienced how it is to be in a sangoma / inyanga hut and how to greet them : 'makhosi". Was spine chilling though in the dark with the Nyanga sitting in a dark corner mute as the guide explained. We also got a visual experience of how the Zulu empire came to be great in the House of Isithombe. The lunch buffet was divine with a wide array of traditional / indigenous foods to partake while overlooking the Phobane Lake.. particularly enjoyed the beef stew and creamy samp, the chicken pieces were cold though 🙁. The pasta salad was a nice mixture of sweet and sour very much tantalizing to the palate . We also got to see how they brewed the traditional beer and the ukuhamba beer pots, the fermentation process and there was a variety of curios on display and for sale at a reasonable price .. it's a pity we didn't have cash on us there were a number of keepsakes. The Shakaland Nandi experience is a definite must do and stop over for any fanatic of African Heritage if you happen to be in the vicinity of Zulu-land.