Things To Do in Ladysmith

Ladysmith is situated in the Battlefields, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Show on Map

Biggarsberg Horse Trails

Where? Biggarsberg
For an adventure of a lifetime come to Biggarsberg Horse Trails. Based on Larksend Farm we offer the novice and experienced rider a wonderful opportunity to combine the excitement of horseback riding in an ...

Kwa Cheetah Breeding Project

Where? Ladysmith
Allowing humans to interact directly with the wildlife of Africa enables them to connect in a very real way; a way that allows a unique insight into the intelligence behind the animals’ eyes. Kwa Cheetah is ...

Ladysmith Siege Museum

Where? Ladysmith
The Ladysmith Siege Museum, on Murchison Street next to the Ladysmith Town Hall, is housed in a building built in 1884 - regarded both here and abroad as one of the best Anglo Boer War museums in the country. ...

Soofie Mosque

Where? Ladysmith
One's initial reaction, upon seeing the Soofie Mosque for the first time, is 'wow'. As rich as the Islam tradition is in South Africa, nowhere else in the country is there a mosque of quite these proportions ...

Statue of Gandhi

Where? Ladysmith
During the Battle of Spioenkop, Ghandi and a group of 1100 others were stretcher bearers. Ghandi performed incredibly well under the circumstances in these dark times and carried out his work exceptionally. ...

The All Saints Church

Where? Ladysmith
Ladysmith is set on the banks of the Klip River and is most famous for its part in the 118 day siege during the Anglo Boer War, and for Ladysmith Black Mambazo - a male choral group that sang with Paul Simon ...

Visit the Ladysmith Town Hall

Where? Ladysmith
When in Ladysmith, make a trip to the Town Hall and discover a building that is brimming with history and fascinating facts. The Ladysmith Town Hall was originally built in 1983 and by the 1900’s was rebuilt ...

Soofie Mosque

Where? Ladysmith
One's initial reaction, upon seeing the Soofie Mosque for the first time, is 'wow'. As rich as the Islam tradition is in South Africa, nowhere else in the country is there a mosque of quite these proportions ...

The All Saints Church

Where? Ladysmith
Ladysmith is set on the banks of the Klip River and is most famous for its part in the 118 day siege during the Anglo Boer War, and for Ladysmith Black Mambazo - a male choral group that sang with Paul Simon ...

Visit the Ladysmith Town Hall

Where? Ladysmith
When in Ladysmith, make a trip to the Town Hall and discover a building that is brimming with history and fascinating facts. The Ladysmith Town Hall was originally built in 1983 and by the 1900’s was rebuilt ...

Hiking The Hlobane Mountain

Where? Hlobane
There is an interesting hike you can go on while in Hlobane that will take you through the all famous battlefield. A key is required to enter this area and it is advised that only experience hikers ...

Stoney Ridge 4x4 Trail

Where? Weenen
Stoney Ridge actually comprises five different 4x4 trails, promising driving enthusiasts a world of exploration and wonderful views. There is a sixth trail that can be handled by 4x4 or 4x2 vehicles. ...

Colenso Museum

Where? Colenso
The Colenso Museum, built in 1879, is also known as the Robert E. Stevenson Museum because of the military historian and former director of Natal Hospital Services' contribution to its annuls. It is rather ...

Botha's Pass Kontreiwinkel

Where? Newcastle
Botha's Pass Kontreiwinkel is a quaint little country stall housed in the original Botha's Pass store built in 1906. Find the Kontreiwinkel at the foot of the Botha's Pass on the R34 to Newcastle. Stop off ...

Blinkwater Hiking Trail

Where? Greytown
Start: Mountain Falls, Blinkwater, south of Greytown Finish: south of Greytown Duration: 100 km, 2 – 6 days Fitness: moderate Our tip: though things can be a bit of a scramble through brambles and high ...

Thangami 4x4 Trail

Where? Ulundi
The Thangami Game Reserve is idyllically set within the exquisite Umfolozi Valley, in the northern part of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. This reserve is home to four 4 x 4 trails, each of which offers visitors ...

Ncandu State Forest Nature Reserve

Where? Newcastle
The Ncandu State Forest Nature Reserve is the second biggest indigenous forest in KwaZulu Natal and is filled with grassy plains and yellowwood gorges. There are many little streams running through the ...

Newcastle Armoury

Where? Newcastle
Newcastle made the decision to build an Armoury during the 1870’s when there was a threat of war against Zululand. The Armoury was built and provided a home for local volunteers and those in service. It is ...

Isandlwana Battlefields Tour

Where? Rorkes Drift
Hear in gripping detail the background to the Anglo-Zulu War as you are driven to Isandlwana in the early morning. Sit on the battlefield, mesmerised by the remarkable story of this fantastic Zulu victory. ...

Visit the Zulufadder Project

Where? Eshowe
The Zulufadder project was started six years ago with the object to assist children who have been marginalized by HIV and AIDS, in the rural areas around Eshowe in Zululand, KwaZulu Natal. Today more than ...

Estcourt Bowling Club

Where? Estcourt
If you are on holiday in KwaZulu Natal and feel like playing bowls, head to the Estcourt Bowling Club situated on Lorne Street in Estcourt. You'll find your fellow bowlers most welcoming and a well ...

Kwa Cheetah Breeding Project

Where? Ladysmith
Allowing humans to interact directly with the wildlife of Africa enables them to connect in a very real way; a way that allows a unique insight into the intelligence behind the animals’ eyes. Kwa Cheetah is ...

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