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Mambasa Hutted Camp, Winterton, Northern Drakensberg, Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal.

A timeless African experience. Remote and rustic. Self-catering ethnic Zulu beehive huts. Indigenous bush for hiking, birding and wildlife. River activities include canoeing, tubing, fishing and foofy slides.  Central to the Anglo-Boer War Battlefields of Colenso, Vaalkrans and Spioenkop. School tours focus on history, geography, biology, Zulu culture – the perfect environmental classroom. The closest town is Winterton, which is on the R600 southwest of Ladysmith, which is at the intersection of the N3 and the N11. Travel northwest on the R74 from Winterton towards Bergville. Turn east onto the Spioenkop/Ladysmith road (the R600). Turn right after 2-km onto Skietdrift road and follow the road for 18-km. BKMambasa

Contct:            Renee Stockil
Box 4 Winterton 3340
+27 (36) 488 1003 telephone and fax

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Last update: 2014-05-20 22:16
Author: Alan McIver
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Comment of Brent Godfrey:
Is Mambasa Hutted Camp still operational/open?
Added at: 2013-01-18 08:55