Bishop’s Seat

Bishop Lee arrived in Eshowe in the 1800s and quickly set about ministering to the small population of White settlers.  His regular weekly sermons were a highlight of the Sunday services, and the bishop claimed that he received better Divine guidance when seated on a bench erected for that purpose in the Dlinza Forest.

Dlinza Forest

Situated in a glade close to the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk, the bench, now known as “The Bishop’s Seat”, is still available as a cool resting place for visitors to the forest on a hot Zululand afternoon.

This is in the middle of a birders paradise.