In the northern edges of Zululand is a small rural town, Babanango.
The name means “Father, there she is” referring to a lost child who was found on the slopes of a hill in the area and has become a popular landmark. Babanango forms part of the Battlefields Route and it is a great place to explore the history of the Anglo-Zulu battles. If you are travelling through the route, Babanango also makes a great stopover as it provides basic facilities to refuel.
There are over 600 bird species recorded in Babanango as the town is also part of the KwaZulu Natal Birding Route.If you are a keen birder, this is a place where you wish was your home. Hiking is another enjoyable activity and the Umfolozi Thonalnd trail
If you are visiting the town a looking for accommodation in Babanango has a few lodges to accommodate you on your getaway. Accommodation in Babanango offers a perfect base to explore and discover this beautiful town.