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Amabutho Warrior Lodge
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The Lodge consists of 31x comfortable twin en-suite rooms and 2x spacious family rooms accommodating 4x guests each, consisting of a mini dining and seating area and a bath tub and shower. All rooms are equipped with tea/coffee facilities, DSTV package, air-conditioning, showers, a study desk and storage space. The lodge offers breakfast, dinner and lunch packs on request. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas/free undercover parking is offered with a night guard on duty/Braai facilities available/wheelchair friendly/ On-site … Read More

Penryn B&B
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PENRYN is a gracious old home, situated in central Dundee, close to all amenities and easily accessible. It is a listed building. The house has been tastefully converted into a charming and comfortable B&B while carefully preserving its essential Victorian ambience.

Talana Museum
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Talana Museum offers a variety of venues from 20 -100 guests.

Wezandla Crafts
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The idea for Wezandla Crafts came about in 1996. The Zulu word Wezandla, meaning “with hands” was to signify the products made by hand but also the reaching out and helping each other with our hands. Most of the people we wanted to reach (women) are house bound as they have other chores to attend to such as fetching water, collecting firewood, tending to cattle and crops as well as seeing to the family needs. The idea of using their … Read More

AFRITAN
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AfriTan tannery was first established in 2002 by Craig van Heerden in a farm shed in Dundee, northern Kwa Zulu Natal. Craig qualified in the tanning of game skins and hair on hides at the International School of Tanning Technology in Grahamstown. In 2009 Hanno van den Berg joined AfriTan. Hanno qualified at the School of Tanning Technology and has 7 years of previous tanning experience from one of the leading tanneries in the country. AfriTan specializes in the tanning … Read More

LN Connoisseur Mobile Day Spa
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LN Connoisseur Mobile Day Spa is a mobile spa that travels all over KZN providing on the go quality treatments in our clients homes, offices or hotel rooms.

Orange Grove Dairy
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A “Proudly” Dundee Story History In 1927 Cecil and Sheila Durham milked seven Jersey cows in an orange orchard in the backyard of their uncle’s home in central Dundee, delivering nutritious Jersey Milk by bicycle to their customer’s homes in one gallon (4,5 litre) milk cans. Today, 85 years later, their grandson Dave Durham and his wife Sue still own Orange Grove Dairy, and together with their management team Jabulani Khanyile, Guy Devereux and Beverley Christians, have grown it into a successful dynamic business manufacturing and distributing … Read More

Contact
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DUNDEE TOURISM Private Bag 2024 Dundee 3000 Civic Gardens Victoria Street Dundee +27 34 218 2837 034 2182837 info@tourdundee.co.za

N3 Gateway Itineraries
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The N3 Gateway team has taken the hassle out of the “where to go?” and “what to do?” questions that come up when discussing a route. Our team has travelled the country roads in and around the N3 Gateway and come up with a selection of tried and tested facilitated/guided and self-drive itineraries for you and your travel buddies. Dundee Heritage Trail Dundee Birding Tour La Route Du Prince Imperial Tracing Ancestors The Khaki Tour Rural Zululand

Tours
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Using Dundee as a base, any of the one day or half day tours may be combined to suit your personal requirements. Tailor made tours can also be designed for your specific requirements. Guides with wide ranging and specific knowledge of events in this area conduct tours that bring our past alive. Come and experience our beautiful country, our unique and varied military history and aspects of Zulu culture that haven’t changed much over the past century. As you travel … Read More

Training Centres
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Majuba TVET College Majuba TVET College has partnered with the Endumeni Municipality to establish a campus in Dundee. Dundee was identified as a high priority area due to the very high unemployment rate in the area. The Municipality has temporarily availed the ex-Commando buildings (formerly the Dundee Junior School) to the College to offer education and training. Research was conducted to identify relevant, responsive courses that will enable the Dundee community to become economically active, with the intent of impacting … Read More

Sports
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Check annual events for specific events. However the Biggarsberg athletic club have running and walking events throughout the year. Siya 083 377 8959 For cycling events and details of weekly rides: Craig van Heerden craig@afritan.com Jody Mitchell jody@jmitchell.co.za

Hiking
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Talana walking trail This trail should take you about two hours to walk. Please do not take “short cuts” – this causes erosion. The paths are clearly marked. The trail begins at the Diorama in the Cemetery at the museum. Please pay your entrance fee for the museum at reception and collect your self guided brochure for the trail before starting up the hill. Please orientate yourself there; note the route and alternative sections. As you follow in the footsteps … Read More

Dundee Diehards
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The Dundee Diehards re-enactment team is a volunteer, non-profit organisation that was formed in 1999, originally to re-enact the Battle of Talana at the time of the centenary. The group has since grown and become well known nationally and even internationally, performing battle re-enactments, displays, parades and guards of honour throughout South Africa and taking part in several movies, television series and documentaries. They have been commissioned by the BBC, SABC, National Geographic and M-Net. The Diehards have also performed … Read More

80km Radius
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Our area has seen tremendous military clashes over the past 200 years. Here African, Zulu, Boer and Brit have clashed in conflict and these battles have shaped the history and future of our country. Knowledgeable guides will show you the sites and recount epic tales of battles, bravery and betrayal. Well known or the more unusual and locally known sites are all part of the experience of your visit to the area. If you sit quietly on one of the … Read More

Dundee High School
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The Formative Years “And what of the human material, the boys and girls for whose benefit the machine was devised? Essentially like others of their race and country, yet they owed a certain character to the influence of environment. Bracing winters, summers made pleasant by cool night temperatures, a town of open spaces and shady gardens, accessibility of open country, and reasonably comfortable homes are in themselves an ideal setting for a healthy, happy, vigorous breed. Unspoiled by the dazzle, … Read More

Dundee Heritage Trail
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  Interesting Snippets & Buildings not open to public     The first battle of the Anglo Boer War of 1899-1902 took place on the slopes of Talana hill on Friday 20 October 1899. There are many places in Dundee and Glencoe associated with the battle. Dundee Glencoe

Annual Events
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JANUARY 22 January Commemorative Football Match Commemorative Football match on 22 January at Rorke’s Drift Hotel, kick off 1600. 25 January The Commemoration of the Battle of Isandlwana Re-enactment of Battle of Isandlwana. February TO BE CONFIRMED March 14 March Dundee Music Festival 2020 Entertainment for the whole family! April Battlefields Golf Tournament at Dundee Country Club Contact Mark Bradbury – 084 584 5511 | golf@dundeekzn.co.za May SACCS Battlefields 400 Contact Battlefields County Lodge – 034 218 1641 Battlefields Fly-in … Read More

History
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  Thomas Smith left home in the 1850’s and headed for the Australian gold fields. He spent five years there before coming to Natal. On arrival in Natal in 1855 he was granted 3000 acres in Northern Natal and named his farm “Dundee”. He was a building contractor, farmed on a small scale and was responsible for building many of the homesteads in the area. Peter Smith and his wife Ann arrived in Natal in1859. His initial farming venture in … Read More

Dundee Welcomes You
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Welcome to the Endumeni Municipal area that derives its name from the spectacular peak of Indumeni Mountain that towers over the picturesque and historically significant towns of Glencoe, Wasbank and Dundee.The area is noted for its agricultural industry, particularly dairy, beef and game ranching. The coal mining industry, which sustained the area economically for over a century, is not as vibrant as it once was but coal is still mined here. Equidistant from both Johannesburg and Durban, the region is … Read More

Privacy Policy
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Privacy Policy Your privacy is important to us. It is Dundee Tourism’s policy to respect your privacy regarding any information we may collect from you across our website, www.tourdundee.co.za, and other sites we own and operate. We only ask for personal information when we truly need it to provide a service to you. We collect it by fair and lawful means, with your knowledge and consent. We also let you know why we’re collecting it and how it will be … Read More