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This was my second trip after a 9 year break. Like the wine and the stories they provide, the place only gets better with age. Cannot recommend it more highly. Excellent across the board and the new rooms (post renovation) are world class.
The lodge was being refurbished and so we stayed in the guest house. We had absolutely no complaints and the standards were still exceptionally high. It is a lovely setting and sitting around an open fire with fellow guests having a drink before a delightful...More
My husband was brought up in SA and always wanted to go. Battlefields are certainly not my thing - but sometimes one needs to go with the flow. How could have not wanted to go? First of all the lodge is brilliant. The welcome lunch...More
The Fugitive's Drift Lodge is currently undergoing renovations but the new and improved facility can only improve an already wonderful product. Great views along with amazing friendliness and hospitality. Of course this does come at a price but I believe you get what you pay...More
Fugitives' Drift is a famous lodge near the Zulu battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift. It sits in the middle of its own private game reserve, with plenty of giraffe, zebra, impala, etc to see. The lodge is famous for the detailed tours of these...More
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US$204 - US$518 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The rooms are closer to the communal areas at the Guest House, so you will be absolutely fine there
Casual, light clothes plus can't nifty shoe shoes. Swimsuit and a jacket as the weather is pretty changeable at this time of the year, and it can be chilly in the mornings and evenings. Oh and don't forget a hat!
I too would thoroughly recommend staying at Fugitives Drift Guest House. We stayed in November 2015 and did the Isandlwana and Rourkes Drift tours. They were excellent. The gust house is very comfortable and their... More
I too would thoroughly recommend staying at Fugitives Drift Guest House. We stayed in November 2015 and did the Isandlwana and Rourkes Drift tours. They were excellent. The gust house is very comfortable and their hospitality is second to none.
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"They are all wonderful. Each room has its own outside verandah and privacy."