Fugitie's Drift, a private game reserve and a Natural Heritage Site, facing the famous battle sites of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
The bottom part of the Lodge’s garden faces a huge flat land , often full of wildlife, which drops off unexpectedly into the Buffalo River Gorge to the site where Lts. Melville and Coghill were assassinated trying to save the Queen’s Colour of their famous regiment. They earned the first posthumous Victoria Crosses in history and are buried in a beautiful place only a 15 minutes’ walk from both the Lodge and the Guest House.
Fugitieve's Drift is an award winning getaway destination and a great place for people to learn about the history of the battle sites of Isandlwana and Rorker's Drift in KZN. Led by some of the wonderful guides in South Africa, thought-provoking and often emotionally charged tours are conducted daily to the battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift.
Accommodation options at Fugitive's Drift
Fugitive's Guest HousegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage6
cPreviously, the guest house was the home of Johan Potgieter and his family – known as one of the great storytellers of this area. The house is now a beautiful …
from R 3835 / Per person per night sharing
R2493 Low Seasonenquire
Fugitive's LodgegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage10
Fugitive's Lodge is the most stylish and elegant accommodation at Fugitive's Drift. The lodge has ten big rooms with ensuite bathrooms as well as indoor and ou…
from R 8596 / Per person per night sharing
R5588 Low Seasonenquire
The Rates Include:
All meals, teas & coffees, Graves Walking Tour & Unguided walks on Fugitives Drift Game Reserve
The Rates Excludes:
All Battlefield Tours, drinks, Community & Conservation Levy, Child minding, Laundry, Gratuities and curio shop purchases
How to get there
King Shaka International Airport Durban
Fugitives' Drift Lodge, Rorke's Drift
Check in at Fugitive's Drift
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Fugitive's Drift
10:00 on day of departure
This place really is special, regrettably only had one night, wished had been able to stay longer. Beautiful accommodation and gardens, so much effort has gone into the design. Staff delightful and food high quality. Really enjoyed our 2 battlefield tours but left little time to soak up the ambience at the lodge, a repeat visit is needed
Fugitive's Drift impact highlights
Social responsibility is very important at Fugitive’s Drift Lodge and the David Rattray Foundation support from the lodge focuses on developing the local infrastructure and contributing towards children’s education in the community. KHULA Education was started to increase the support given to schools in the community, further developing the quality of education for the children from their pre-school years through to graduation.