The 4 bed Chalets have two bedrooms, one larger than the other, with a bathroom en suite. The second bedroom has a shower and toilet just outside its door. Then there is a veranda, plus an open plan lounge / dining room / kitchen. Each unit has its own braai (barbecue) There are two styles of 4 bed Chalet, single level and double story.
Some are suitable for wheelchair access.
The 2 bed self-catering Chalets have a bedroom with en suite bathroom and then a separate lounge / dining / kitchen which leads off onto a veranda with braai facility (barbecue).
All these units have the necessary basic cutlery, crockery and kitchen utensils for self-catering.
The 2 bed non self-catering Chalets consist of a bedroom with a lounging area and veranda. The room has a tea and coffee station and fridge. No cooking permitted in these units. Each has a private bathroom en suite.
Double beds may be requested for any of the above accommodation units Ė limited availability.
The 2 bed Rondavels (Resthuts) have a bedroom with a fridge and necessary cutlery and crockery. The kitchen is remote from the room and is communal, with all necessary utensils, stoves and washing facilities. The bathrooms are also communal and away from the rooms.
Self-catering guests may utilise the restaurant Ė I suggest that one books for dinner.
The roads in the Park are tar and gravel with some sections badly rutted and / or potholed. The roads are presently under repair. Although suitable for the normal sedan cars, care should be taken as some potholes are very severe.
Conservation levy is payable at Hilltop Camp reception. You will need to present your booking reservation reference number at the entrance gate to the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. An exit permit will be issued at Hilltop Camp reception on departure, you will need to show this at the gate on exiting. Most Credit cards are accepted at Hilltop Camp.
Hilltop Camp is where guests staying at the Muntulu and the Munyawaneni Bush Lodges need to check in.
There is a pic-nic site at Mapumulo and Siwasamakosikasi both with toilet facility. There is also a toilet at the Memorial Gate. The Centenary Centre, nearer to the uMfolozi Game Reserve, has a take-away, the Rhino Capture interpretation centre, Capture Bomas as well as toilets. There are craft markets at the Centenary Centre as well as at the Memorial Gate.
Guests wanting to visit the uMfolozi sector of the Park may do so – be aware of the distance and timing as guests may not drive themselves in the park after the gate closing times.
Camps in the Hluhlwe section of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park
Camps in the uMfolozi Section of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park
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