Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park
Set in the heart of Zululand, Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park was established in 1895 and is one of the oldest game reserves in Africa. It is a place where Zulu kings such as Dingiswayo and Shaka hunted and put in place the first conservation laws. Today the "big five" stalk the verdant savannah and those who have the privilage of seeing these majestic animals wild and free, leave in awe of nature's beauty and power. Wild Dogs are also found on the property and WildlifeAct monitors them closely. Game viewing is the prime attraction and viewing hides overlook waterholes enabling visitors to see animals at close range without interferance.
Accommodation: Self-catering units, chalets, rondavels, luxury bush lodges
Activities: Game drives, hiking, bush walks
Highlights: See the Big Five - the reserve is renowned for its many Rhino
Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park is world renowned for its white rhino conservation. Other areas of focus for which the Park is famed include wilderness trails which origionated in Imfolozi in the 1950's. The Park covers 96 000 hectares of pristine natural wildlife habitat and contains an immense diversity of fauna, flora and wide variety of both bird and animal life. Guided walks are particularly rewarding in the early morning and late afternoon.
We offer a variety of packages which include tours through Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park.