A traditional Zulu “Umuzi” or homestead, divided into the home of the Zulu`s and hotel rooms. A unique resort built on the set of the movies, Shaka Zulu and John Ross.

Feel the pulsating rhythm of mysterious and magical Africa as you re-live the excitement and romance of the days of Shaka, King of the Zulus, in this authentic re-creation of the Great Kraal overlooking the Phobane Lake.

Experience the sight of assegaai-wielding warriors, share the fascinating secrets of the Sangomas and witness traditional customs such as tribal dancing, spear making and the beer-drinking ceremonies.

ACCOMODATION
Zululand Accommodation
Stay in first-class accommodation in traditional beehive huts in the Zululand, with all mod-cons such as en-suite bathrooms.

Shakaland is more than just a tourist attraction – it is an enriching experience affording a better understanding of the Zulu nation, its people and their intriguing customs.

55 traditional beehive huts equipped with private bathroom and shower, modern conveniences and superb views.

FACILITIES

-RESTAURANT AND BAR
The Shisa  Nyama restaurant and U Kamba Bar offers tasty meals and spectacular views of the surrounding hills.

-OTHER FACILITIES
All rooms have television sets, fitted with DSTV & 12 channels
An audio-visual room is available in the evenings should GUESTS wish to watch television instead of the Zulu cultural experience or tribal dancing.
A swimming pool is situated next to the restaurant, ideal for cooling off on those balmy tropical
Days.


-FILM SETS
A traditional Zulu “Umuzi” or homestead, divided into the home of the Zulu`s and hotel rooms. A unique resort built on the set of the movies, Shaka Zulu and John Ross.

Our Cultural advisors will lead all experienced extras, to your requirements.
There experience includes Features, Adds, Music Videos and Documentaries.

We will supply your team with the following:

Accommodation
Catering
Locations
Extras
Costumes


DAILY PROGRAMMES
The Nandi Programme
A three-hour midday experience running from 11H00 to 14H00 or from 12H00 to 15H00
The Shaka Programme
For overnight GUESTS, commencing with Part I of the culture tour at l6H00 and Zulu dancing for an hour after dinner.
The Culture Tour
Part II of the culture tour runs from 09H00 to l0h00 the next morning.
The culture tour includes :

beer drinking ceremony
social systems
fighting formations
the greeting of the home
the sangoma
the nyanga
beadwork, pottery, beer making, spear throwing etc