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Parking on Premises
Conference Facility
Fan
Tea and coffee facilities
Wheelchair Friendly
Dining Area
Laundry facilities
TV
Pet Friendly
Bar
Selected DSTV Channels
Offering comfortable accommodation, eight of the huts have en-suite shower and toilets while one shares the modern ablution facilities.

The Magogo is a four bed family room with en-suite shower and toilet facilities.

Our prices include a full English breakfast which is served in our dining room or if you wish under the spread of an Amarula tree, with binoculars close at hand, watching the early morning activities of our resident birds is an unforgettable moment in time.

Dinners, may take the form of a more formal roast in the dining room or a traditional Zulu braai in the isibayo

Each hut is unique in its exterior facade, but within, modern accommodation conveniences make your stay a comfortable and memorable one.
Property Facilities:
Dinners
Lunches
Packed Lunches
Babysitting service
Bar
conference venue onsite
DSTV in communal area
DSTV in room
Bonfire by the bar
laundry facilities (On Request)
parking all onsite
Pets allowed (by prior arrangement)
Tea / coffee making facilities
Television in Dinning room area
Conference Venue Accommodation
Wheelchair Friendly Accommodation

Area Information:
The uMuzi Bushcamp is in Ulundi, near Ondini, the site where the Zulu monarch, King Cetshwayo, built his royal residence which was destroyed by the British forces under Lord Chelmsford in 1879 during the Anglo-Zulu war.

In Room Facilities:
Each hut is unique in its exterior facade, but within, modern accommodation conveniences make your stay a comfortable and memorable one.

All of the huts have twin single beds, overhead fan, TV (local channels and shared satellite dish).

A writing desk is available in each hut should you wish to work on in the evening with a complimentary tea/coffee tray on hand.

Attractions:
Airport (less than 15km)

* Hluhluwe - Imfolozi Park

Visit the world famous Hluhluwe - Imfolozi Park only 30kms away on a tar road. This game reserve , being over a 100years old , is the oldest declared game reserve in Africa. It is renowned for its successful program to save the once endangered White Rhino and is now in the forefront of the program to save the now endangered Black Rhino.

Leaving early in the morning from the uMuzi Bushcamp, travel to Cengeni Gate, the western entry to the Imfolozi Game Reserve. Our staff will pack a breakfast for you to enjoy on the banks of the White Imfolozi River right next to the Wilderness Area. After breakfast, spend the morning searching for the elusive Big Five, the leopard being the difficult one to spot. Stop for a lunch provided by us on the banks of the Black Imfolozi River and return via Cengeni Gate to the uMuzi Bushcamp in time for dinner.

Visits to the Park may be self guided in your own vehicle or should you prefer we can provide a vehicle and guide


* eMakhosini Valley Meander

The eMakhosini is the valley from which the earliest Zulu Kings were born and died and it was from this valley that mighty Shaka created the great Zulu people. This is truly the heart of Zululand. Guided by us you can wander around the eMakhosini Valley the valley of the Zulu kings. Feel the touch of the spirit of the great King Shaka's forefathers as you view their graves and feel the spirit of sadness as you stand beside Dinizulu's grave the last of the seven Zulu Kings to be buried there.

* Spend time in the Ondini Cultural Museum‚ which stands on the great King Cetshwayo's capital which was destroyed by the British in 1879.

* Visit Dingaan's capital Mgungundlovu‚ which he destroyed while fleeing from the avenging Voortrekkers in 1838. This site has like Cetshwayo's Ondini been painstakingly reconstructed.

* Stand at the spring up on the Mtonjaneni Heights where Dingaan sent his maidens to fetch water for himself. Meet with royal descendants of the Kings who still farm in this valley keeping a watchful eye over their forefather's graves. Hear from them as they recite their proud heritage and live closely in touch with their ancestor's spirit.

* Cultural Museum

Experience the rich cultural heritage of the KwaZulu Natal region, from the earliest inhabitants to the great Zulu nation. The museum focuses on the Nguni-speaking peoples of south-eastern Africa, and houses one of the most representative collections of Zulu material culture in the country. Of note is their famous collection of beadwork.

* Zulu Reed Dance in September

A once in a life time experience as thousands of Zulu maidens pay respect to their King.

Not far from the uMuzi is the Nyokeni Royal Residence where you can attend this annual event introduced by the current King which takes place in September / October. The main purpose of the Zulu Reed Dance is to afford His Majesty the opportunity to address the young girls of the nation on behavior becoming of Zulu people in an effort to sustain traditional values.

By taking part in the ceremony, the young girls affirm their loyalty to the king. Reeds cut and carried by the maidens as part of the ceremonies are used to construct or repair the residence.

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uMuzi Ondini Map
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