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As part of the Battlefields route, Eshowe offers a unique insight into the history and culture of Zululand, with various secret places for budget backpackers to visit and enjoy.

For backpackers wanting to take in the cultural history, attractions include “The Fort” (Zululand’s historical museum), the Vukani (woven craft) Collection, the forest boardwalk, Mpusheni Falls, Martyr's Cross, the Norwegian mission station and Shakaland.

The 250 hectare indigenous coastal scarp forest (Dlinza Forest) is home to more than 90 species of birds, 85 species of butterflies, and 130 different tree species. This is surrounded by endless views of natural landscape, sugar plantations and orchards.