Join us on the Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift Anglo-Zulu battlefield tour. Walk in the footsteps of both Zulu warriors and British army of 1879, and relive the moment, as scholarly battlefield specialist guides paint a picture of what truly transpired on 22 January 1879.
Battlefield Tour Guide is Ex British Soldier, giving clients a soldier’s eye across the Battlefields. Battlefield Guide has tour with over 100 veterans during his career on the Battlefields here in Normandy.All tours are bespoke to suit clients requests Maximum of 8 clients Children most welcome
On this Battlefield we focus on the Isandlwana Battlefield and Rorkes drift Battlefield. These are the two major wars between Zulus and British People . In our Battlefield Tour we include a guide who will be introducing the battles , the victory between the 2 countries. Our Guides introduce these battles and lay out the foundation for details which will be given by the Battlefield specialist in the real sites where everything happened. These battlefield has a museum which guest will have to visit for clarification of points. Guest are then taken to the real sites starting with Isandlwana Battlefield followed by Rorkes Drift Battlefield. It is a combination of sorrows and victories for both battlefield. The Battlefield include the study, the research , the moment of truth for those people who has watched the film Zulu. Our lunch will be at Rorkes Drift site and then we driveback to Durban.on our way back the guest keep engaging with guest to clarify everything.
Relive the horror of the two most famous Anglo-Zulu War battles with a specialist Battlefield guide. Visit the eerie battlefield of Isandlwana, where British troops were massacred by the Zulu army in 1879, then continue to Rorke's Drift, where a handful of British soldiers heroically held a mighty Zulu regiment at bay, a battle made famous by the movie 'Zulu'. The tour winds through some of the most spectacularly beautiful scenery in KwaZulu-Natal. After a full day's touring, we return to Durban in the early evening.
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Battlefield Tour Guide has toured with the veterans, thus giving you the best account of the 101st Airborne 506th “Easy Company” account of there actions here in Normandy in 1944.Tour Guide is Ex British Soldier , fully licensed guide and luxury vehicle.
On this WW1 battlefield tour we visit the haunting Gallipoli battlefields, located in the Dardanelles. See the sites where more than 30,000 British and Commonwealth troops gave their lives, as our tour begins in Gallipoli town where we see the Helles Memorial. We then focus on the landings of April 1915 and see where the British troops landed on V beach. At ANZAC we see the landing beaches and visit the nearby cemeteries such as Lone Pine.
This tour is for guests that want to start their battlefield tour of Ypres from towns and cities further afield, for example Bruges & Zeebruges , Ghent, Kortijk, in Belgium & Dunkirk, Lille, Arras in France A unique 1 to 1 private tour, With all the stops added together we cover 53 miles / 90 KM's of battlefield sites and memorialsThis tour covers the Ypres Salient from Messines to Passchendaele spanning 1914 to 1918, we follow the Australian/Canadian/New Zealand/ South African/ British soldiers as they attacked towards Passchendaele in 1917, if you have ancestors that fell in the battle I will tailor the tour where possible to include themMinimum x2 guests Max x5 ( This is a bespoke tour )
This tour is for guests that want to start their battlefield tour of Ypres from towns and cities further afield, for ex Bruges, Ghent, Kortijk, Dunkirk, Lille, ArrasA unique 1 to 1 private tour, With all the stops added together we cover 53 miles / 90 KM's of battlefield sites and memorials This tour covers the Ypres Salient from Messines to Passchendaele spanning 1914 to 1918, we follow the Australian/Canadian/New Zealand/ South African/ British soldiers as they attacked towards Passchendaele in 1917, if you have ancestors that fell in the battle I will tailor the tour where possible to include themLast Post Ceremony at 20.00 hrs then return to Brugse hotelMinimum x2 guests Max x5 Not a private tour but small group size max 5