Theres a lot to fit in Eric.
Leave Dundee heading for Helpmakaar.
Take the Nostrop Pass down to Rorkes Drift.
Bypass the drift and go straight through towards iSandlwana
Pass iSandlwana and drive out to the Mangeni Falls.
Theres one road to the falls, get back onto that dirt road and head out the opposite way you arrived. Keep bearing to the left and pass a deep valley where Chelmsford had breakfast.
The new road will take you over Silutshane and give you a great view back over the plain to iSandlwana. On the plain directly as you leave the hills is the area Lt Browne came close to bumping into the impi.
Turn left onto the main road and drive a short distance, there is a cross road, go straight over. Look to your left, that's the Qwabe valley where Durnford rode along.
Just past there is the turn to the left towards iSandlwana, it is sign posted. Pull over the small concrete bridge. Park there and look at the hill behind you, thats Mabaso, the other side of it is the Ngwebini valley. The stream next to you is the upper Ngwebini.
The rise in front of you is the theoretical hill that hid the impi in TMFHT. to your extreme right is point X. The alternate theory on the discovery of the impi took place in the 'bowl.
Carry on driving and you will eventually see a ridge in front with iSandlwana peeping over the top. this whole area you have driven across, the plateau, is the area Raw retreated along in front of the impi. Carry on this road and it winds down through the Notch Keep to the left around the conical copie, Scotts original post, and follow the signs towards the Clinic. As you reach the clinic and the small stone/concrete bridge, that's Durnfords Donga. Go back the way you came branching of to the left and it will take you into the iSandlwana village. Look for the information centre to your right and go and see the small museum and buy a ticket.
Buy a self guided pamphlet and explore the battle field.
When your finished exit through the gates and turn left, follow the signs to RD. As you go over the Bashe stream climb the hill and park up. look backwards. On your left is the hill range and at its base was Kwa Sohexe , Sihayos Kraal.
Carry on driving and you will cross the Buffalo River. stop just before the bridge.
The Drift is two hundred metres to your left and the deep water pool where Chard had his camp is to the right. The hill above Chards camp is the site of fort Melville
Carry on to RD.
RD closes at 4 so you may not make it. If so then start here on your next day.
When you leave RD turn left around Shiyane, the hill, and head to Fugitives Drift Lodge. M and C's grave and Fugitives Drift itself are on the property. The gate man will let you in if you tell him where your going.
A good way to spend the rest of your day would be at the Talana Museum, well worth the visit.
If you still have time then get local directions to the Prince Imperials grave.
Let me know where I can send the bill for the guided tour