Your guide: Johann Hamman (KZN 0897)
Guys, please be advised that we have cancelled our Battle of Majuba tour because of practical considerations. All the other tours are still in place. We are now ready to receive foreign tour visitors as well as our South African clients again, as all Covid 19 restrictions had been lifted.
We are situated at 110 Mckenzie Street in Dundee, directly opposite the Dundee Bowling Club. See road directions at bottom of page. Our contact details are as follows:
- Telephone: +27-342123344
- Mobile phone: +27-82 267 2527 (Johann) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mobile phone: +27-72 125 6069 (Michele) Email: email@example.com
Email for general enquiries: Any of the above two..
Johann is our registered KZN Provincial tourist guide and University of the Free State-trained military historian, who specialises in battlefield tours in the area. He also does analyses of battles according to the principles of warfare.
If you are travelling inbound from Glencoe or Newcastle, you would enter Dundee on Karellandman Road. Continue into town until you reach the first set of traffic lights. Turn right into Tatham Road, with Tony’s Tool Hire on your left. Continue across the railway bridge, and follow the road up to the traffic circle in Victoria Street. Dundee High School grounds will be on your right. Turn right at the small circle, go down Victoria Street and turn left in Coronation Street, which is the next one. Follow the road to the hospital entrance. Our place is on the left-hand corner at the t-junction. Look out for the History’s Walk sign.
If you are coming in on the Vryheid Road, past Talana Museum, you simply follow the road into town, past the Royal Country Inn. Continue over the railway bridge, into Victoria Street, and turn left at Coronation Street, just past the small traffic circle. Beware of speed bumps. Look for our signs again, at the t-junction in front of the hospital entrance. We are on the left-hand corner.
Our GPS coordinates are 28°10’90” S and 30°13’46.19” E
This reading will bring you to our front gate…
|Michele also has a pottery and textile studio,called Bahia Art, at History’s Walk. Contact her at www.bahiart.co.za for details on her pots, handbags and textiles, or visit her Facebook page at Bahia Art Textile and Ceramic Studio.|
Wir reden auch Deutch…
Vlaamstalige gasten zijn ook welkom…
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