Hluhluwe Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal, RSA

Hluhluwe Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal, RSA

World-famous Hluhluwe (pronounced: Shu-shlooey) is the place to go and experience the world’s last wild White rhinoceros in family groups. The reserve is in the north east of South Africa, and within a day’s touring distance from the white beaches of the warm Indian Ocean.

Hluhluwe Game Reserve is the oldest game park in Africa and the second oldest in the world after the Yellowstone of America. It was once the royal hunting reserve of Zulu kings, and today is one of largest game reserves in South Africa covering 96000 hectares of land.

There are two main camps in Hluhluwe game reserve the biggest being Hilltop camp in the Hluhluwe section of the park which offers you the most amazing views and then there is the Mpila camp which is located in the Imfolozi section of the park.

Hilltop offers self catering chalets with a fully licensed restaurant and a convenience store.
Mpila offers self catering chalets, tented camping area and a convenience store, but no restaurant.

There are five bush camps which are self catering, but they do provide a cook and a guide that will take people on walking trails.

To book accommodation in the park you must contact Natal Conservation services office in Pietermaritzburg. Please contact KZN Wildlife on 033 845 1000 or email to mail@kznwildlife.com

If one can’t get accommodation in the park then the next best thing to do is to stay in St Lucia or Hluhluwe village.  Find accommodation in surrounding areas: www.accommodationavailable.co.za
For Accommodation Bookings inside the park please contact KZN Wildlife on 033 845 1000 or email at mail@kznwildlife.com