Take a stroll in the lush grounds of the estate and encounter wildlife such as zebra, blesbok, springbok and other creatures that bring the African feel to the environment. A variety of venues for meetings and conferences are situated at Zulu Nyala Country Manor, offering business guests the essential requirements for a conference, team building exercise and product launches. The Cellphone reception throughout the venues is excellent and Wi-Fi connection is available throughout the premises.
Enjoy a drink at Zulu Nyala Country Manor’s pub, take a dip in the swimming pools or enjoy a game of tennis at the tennis court to help unwind after a long day. Zulu Nyala Country Manor is a few minutes drive from the city Johannesburg offering wide variety attractions to visit. Visit The Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, a destination of rich and interesting history shown through the ancient fossils that have been found. The Apartheid Museum, illustrates the rise and fall of the apartheid in South Africa which includes insight of the epic saga through film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts. The Lesedi Cultural Village awaits for guests to participate in the cultures and traditions of the Lesedi tribe. Discover the culture of Lesedi at the Ndebele village where guests are introduced to a presentation on the history and origins of what is called South Africa’s rainbow nation. Guests are accompanied with a guide and taken to the Zulu, Basotho, Xhosa and Pedi homesteads. An hour’s drive from Johannesburg, nestled in the Magaliesberg Mountains is Elephant Sanctuary. The sanctuary lies in a malaria-free area and is surrounded by natural indigenous bush. Elephant Sanctuary is a haven to young African elephants in need of a temporary home. The elephants are nurtured and looked and later released into an environment when they are older to be more independent.