Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve
The Hluhluwe-iMfolozi is Africa’s oldest nature reserve, now over 120 years old. It is one of South Africa’s most famously visited wildlife parks, located in the heart of Zululand on the country’s east coast. It is home to the world’s largest population of white rhino: an honour and a responsibility. Three reserves joined to create the one we know today, and its terrain is incredibly diverse, hosting a wide variety of fauna and flora.Enquire Now
The park is dedicated to commendable conservation efforts, specifically targetted at protecting the endangered African wild dog and white and black rhino. Its 300km of road network traverses savannah grassland, acacia thornveld, prominent river systems, and sandy riverbanks, offering a safari experience unique to this region of South Africa.