Overlooked by the Oscarberg mountain and the peak of Isandlwana, Fugitives’ Drift is a place within 5000 acres of game reserve in the heart of South Africa. Often teeming with wildlife, the heritage tourism pioneers David and Nicky Rattray have been championing the awareness that this is the place where the Anglo-Zulu War was fought. Leading a team of the finest guides in South Africa, the tours are emotionally charged journeys of discovery, reliving some of the most forgotten aspects of South Africa’s vivid past. The battlefields of Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift are the high light of the tours with a vast collection of books, papers and artworks to pour over on return to the lodge to really ignite the imagination with David and Nicky as your guides. The Lodge at Fugitives’ Drift has become the luxury accommodation here, with spacious en-suite bedrooms that overlook the Buffalo River Gorge, where wildlife roam free. This is an alternative safari experience, it is a place to learn about the historical significance of the area. Food is served in the library, where the historical artifacts create the atmosphere that has been charming those guests coming to learn and discover.