OverviewChronology of the Anglo Boer WarTours - (typically long weekends away)
A vehicle with a high clearance is recommended as we often travel on dirt roads and tracks.We will employ an expert Subject Matter Tour Guide and his fees, accommodation and meal costs are included in the price. Tips for the tour guide are excluded and will be up to the tourist’s discretion.

Lunchtime meals will be for your own account. You may bring eats along for this or may ask the Hotel or Lodge to provide a packed picnic lunch. We may also stop off at eateries for a light lunch. Such lunch opportunities will be highlighted beforehand.

Lead times of 3 to 4 months must be given for booking of these tours. Most towns are small and accommodation for a larger group can be complicated, if not impossible, at short notice.

Maximum group size on most of these tours is limited to 12 – 14 tourists due to accommodation restraints.

Some seating may be available in the Tour Guides’ vehicles; tourists may avail of such seating daily on a rotational basis at no extra cost.

Costs included in these tour prices as given: Tour guide fees, accommodation per person sharing (single supplement) on a bed and breakfast rate, dinners at our accommodation (where indicated), entrance fees.

Costs not covered in the pricing for these tours: Lunchtime meals, all alcoholic beverage and drinks at stop-overs, outside restaurant meals and fuel.

STAGES OF THE ANGLO BOER WAR

TAKEN FROM WWW.ANGLOBOERWAR.COM

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Battle Sites South of Kimberley - 4 Days
The Siege of Kimberley - 3 days
The Battle and Siege of Mafeking - 3 days
The Start of the War in Northern Natal - 3 Days
The Battle of Colenso, Surrounding Battles and The Siege of Ladysmith - 4 Days
Colesberg and the Anglo Boer War - 4 Days
The March on Bloemfontein - 3 Days
Sanna’s Post and the Siege of Wepner - 3 Days
The Brandwater Basin, Surrender Hill and Golden Gate - 4 Days