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008 | Anthony ColemanBattleScenes, led by Anthony Coleman, provides well researched and vibrantly narrated historical accounts of the culture and conflicts of the region of KwaZulu-Natal. We specialise in presenting well balanced and factual accounts of events and people that made the history of this remarkable part of the world: ever mindful of the fact that most visitors also want to be entertained as well. We cater for the casual visitor as well as the serious military historian and soldier of whatever rank. Trips to any of the well known Game Reserves can be arranged to compliment a tour.

All tours and visits will be led by Anthony Coleman who was awarded the KwaZulu-Natal Service Excellence Award – Best Tourist Guide of the Year 2008-2009. A member of the Battlefields Guides Association, Anthony is also an accredited Trainer and Assessor and is a qualified and registered National Guide.

For accommodation, see Clivia Place.

4 Reviews

  • Love this man to bits – have stayed twice now and can’t praise both Tony and Tish highly enough. Before our first visit we had limited knowledge of the Boer War and the Zulu Wars. Tony brought history to life and garnered an interest in the period that will remain. A couple of our friends have stayed on our recommendation and all agree that this was one of the highlights of their trip.

  • Cathie and I loved our day with Anthony. Totally absorbed us and brought alive the cast of characters, their selective incompetence and tragic bunglings at Isandlwana and heroics and leadership at Rorke’s Drift. Many thanks!

  • When having visitors from overseas we always take them to the Battlefields for an experience 2nd to none. Staying at Clivia Place and Tony’s excellent tours have been talking points for all our friends and relatives.
    One day Tony I will do Hlobane Hill with you, and you must visit us in Cape Town now that I am tour guide for the Battle of Blaauwberg. You were a great mentor!!

  • Dear Mr Anthony Coleman,
    My name is Cherie Pet and I am the chairperson of the Coastal Principals association. Each year in August we hold a educational conference for 35 principals in KZN. This year we will be staying at the Battlefields resort just outside Dundee.
    Dave at the resort suggested I contact you in regard to our group doing a tour of the Blood river area and Isandwana
    Our conference starts on the 2 August and that afternoon we thought we would like to visit the Blood river site and on The Thursday morning the Isandwana site.
    1 Would you be available to conduct a group of 35 principals around either of these sites on Wednesday 2 August in pm or Thursday 4 August am ?
    2 what would the cost be pp or for the whole group ?
    I look forward to hearing from you
    Cherie Pet

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