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Hluhluwe iMfolozi Guided Tours
Hluhluwe iMfolozi Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

B - Breakfast       D - Dinner

   2-Day Hilltop Camp Tour

Day One – Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp Safari (D)
After your breakfast we depart Durban from either your overnight accommodation or from the King Shaka International Airport and travel to Zululand along the N2 Highway directly to the Big 5 Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, where we would spend one night at Hilltop Camp.
Game viewing commences immediately upon entering the gates into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - there are two entrance gates from the N2 and time will dictate which gate we will use. This first evening we go on a guided sunset drive in an open game-viewing vehicle, conducted by KZN Wildlife staff. This to improve ones chances of seeing some of the nocturnal species, such as leopard, which are always elusive and difficult to find, then lion, hyena, genet, bush babies and  the other nocturnal animals such as owls and nightjars. "


Day Two – Hilltop Camp, St. Lucia, Durban (B)
This morning we depart the Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park after breakfast at Hilltop Camp with a short game drive to the gate and make our way to the village of St. Lucia where we board a boat for a two hour cruise on the Estuary of Lake St Lucia in this proclaimed World Heritage Site. Here you are guaranteed to see hippos and also to have an excellent chance of seeing crocodile as well as a vast array of bird-life.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was greanted World Heritage status in 1999 when the World Heritage Committee noted the park's "exceptional biodiversity, including some 521 bird species". After our two-hour cruise on the lake and lunch we make our way back to Durban, where we drop you off at your overnight accommodation or at the airport in time for your onward flight.

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   3-Day Hilltop Camp Tour

Day One – Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (D)
After your breakfast we depart Durban from either your overnight accommodation or from the King Shaka International Airport and travel to Zululand along the N2 Highway directly to the Big 5 Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, where we would spend one night at Hilltop Camp.
Game viewing commences immediately upon entering the gates into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - there are two entrance gates from the N2 and time will dictate which gate we will use. This first evening we go on a guided sunset drive in an open game-viewing vehicle, conducted by KZN Wildlife staff. This to improve ones chances of seeing some of the nocturnal species, such as leopard, which are always elusive and difficult to find, then lion, hyena, genet, bush babies and  the other nocturnal animals such as owls and nightjars. "

Day Two – Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (B, D)
Today will be spent on extended game drives to various areas of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. An early start, to make the most of the day and to possibly chance upon a kill close to the road or any of the predators returning to their day-time lair. These drives are conducted inyour guides vehicle.

Day Three – Hilltop Camp, St. Lucia, Durban (B)
This morning we depart the Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park after breakfast at Hilltop Camp with a short game drive to the gate and make our way to the village of St. Lucia where we board a boat for a two hour cruise on the Estuary of Lake St Lucia in this proclaimed World Heritage Site. Here you are guaranteed to see hippos and also to have an excellent chance of seeing crocodile as well as a vast array of bird-life.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was greanted World Heritage status in 1999 when the World Heritage Committee noted the park's "exceptional biodiversity, including some 521 bird species". After our two-hour cruise on the lake and lunch we make our way back to Durban, where we drop you off at your overnight accommodation or at the airport in time for your onward flight.

Make an Enquiry or Booking

   4-Day Hilltop Camp – St. Lucia Safari

Day One – Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (D)
After your breakfast we depart Durban from either your overnight accommodation or from the King Shaka International Airport and travel to Zululand along the N2 Highway directly to the Big 5 Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, where we would spend one night at Hilltop Camp.
Game viewing commences immediately upon entering the gates into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - there are two entrance gates from the N2 and time will dictate which gate we will use. This first evening we go on a guided sunset drive in an open game-viewing vehicle, conducted by KZN Wildlife staff. This to improve ones chances of seeing some of the nocturnal species, such as leopard, which are always elusive and difficult to find, then lion, hyena, genet, bush babies and  the other nocturnal animals such as owls and nightjars. "

Day Two – Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (B, D)

Today will be spent on extended game drives to various areas of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. An early start, to make the most of the day and to possibly chance upon a kill close to the road or any of the predators returning to their day-time lair. These drives are conducted inyour guides vehicle.

Day Three – Hilltop Camp, St. Lucia (B)
This morning we depart the Hluhluwe/uMfolozi Park after breakfast at Hilltop Camp with a short game drive to the gate and make our way to the village of St. Lucia in time for lunch. We will check into our lodge and then visit the eastern shores of Lake St. Lucia, heading to Cape Vidal, game viewing all the while. After a visit to the beach we would continue on the circular route for a game drive before returning to our lodge. Animals that may be seen here include kudu, reedbuck, zebra, waterbuck and other antelope species, black and white rhino, elephant and on the odd occasion, leopard.
We will overnight at Lidiko Lodge (or similar).

Day Four – St. Lucia, Durban (B)

This morning we board a boat for a two hour cruise on the esturary of Lake St Lucia, in this proclaimed World Heritage Site. Here you are guaranteed to see hippos and also a very good chance of seeing crocodile and a vast array of bird-life.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was granted World Heritage status in 1999 when the World Heritage Committee noted the park's "exceptional biodiversity, including some 521 bird species". After our two-hour cruise on the lake and lunch we make our way back to Durban, where we drop you off at your overnight accommodation or at the airport in time for your onward flight.

Make an Enquiry or Booking

   5-Day Photographers Safari

Day One – St. Lucia
This morning we collect you after your breakfast from your overnight accommodation in Durban or from the King Shaka International Airport and drive along the scenic Dolphin Coast into rural Zululand, arriving in time for lunch in St. Lucia Village. We check into our lodge and then visit the eastern shores of Lake St. Lucia, heading for Cape Vidal, the game viewing is generally very good. After a visit to the beach and a quick swim? in the  Indian Ocean, we would continue on the circular route for a further game drive, before returning to our lodge. Animals one is likely to see here include kudu, reedbuck, zebra, waterbuck and possibly other antelope species, specials would be black and white rhino, elephant and even the possibility of seeing leopard.
We will overnight at Lidiko Lodge (or similar).

Day Two – Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (B, D)

This morning we board a boat for a two hour cruise on the lake estuary, in this proclaimed World Heritage Site. Here you are guaranteed to see hippo as well as a very good chance of seeing crocodile along with a vast array of bird-life.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was granted "World Heritage" status in 1999 when the World Heritage Committee noted the park's "exceptional biodiversity, including some 521 bird species". After our two-hour cruise on the lake followed by lunch, we make our way to the Big 5 Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park where we would spend one night at Hilltop Camp in the northern Hluhluwe sector of the Park.
Game viewing commences immediately upon entering the gates into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - there are two entrance gates from the N2 and time will dictate which gate we will use. This first evening we go on a guided sunset drive in an open game-viewing vehicle, conducted by KZN Wildlife staff. This to improve ones chances of seeing some of the nocturnal species, such as leopard, which are always elusive and difficult to find, then lion, hyena, genet, bush babies and  the other nocturnal animals such as owls and nightjars. "

Day Three – Ghost Mountain Inn (B, D)

This morning we enjoy a further game drive after breakfast as we depart for the Ghost Mountain Inn in Mkuze where we overnight, arriving in time for lunch and check-in. This afternoon we depart for the nearby Zimanga Game Reserve for an afternoon game drive, after which we return to the hotel.

Day Four – Zimanga Game Reserve (B, D)

Today we enjoy and early morning 3-hour hide session at Zimanga (at the Mkombe Hide) and then an afternoon hide session at the Bhejane Hide.

Day Five – Mkhuze, Durban (B)

This morning after breakfast we make our way to the nearby Mkuze Game Reserve.
Mkuze, a place of great beauty and high contrasts is renowned as a mecca for bird lovers, with more than 420 bird species on record. The reserve has an amazing diversity of natural habitats, from the eastern slopes of the Lebombo Mountains along its western boundary, with broad stretches of acacia savannah, swamps and a variety of woodlands and riverine forest biomes. Visitors may enjoy excellent animal and bird sightings from the hides in the reserve, especially during the dry winter months.
In the late morning we head back to Durban, where we drop you off at the airport for your departure flight or at your overnight accommodation in this city.

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   6-Day Photographers Safari

Day One – St Lucia
This morning we collect you after your breakfast from your overnight accommodation in Durban or from the King Shaka International Airport and drive along the scenic Dolphin Coast into rural Zululand, arriving in time for lunch in St. Lucia Village. We check into our lodge and then visit the eastern shores of Lake St. Lucia, heading for Cape Vidal, the game viewing is generally very good. After a visit to the beach and a quick swim? in the  Indian Ocean, we would continue on the circular route for a further game drive, before returning to our lodge. Animals one is likely to see here include kudu, reedbuck, zebra, waterbuck and possibly other antelope species, specials would be black and white rhino, elephant and even the possibility of seeing leopard.
We will overnight at Lidiko Lodge (or similar).

Day Two – Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - Hilltop Camp (B, D)
This morning we board a boat for a two hour cruise on the lake estuary, in this proclaimed World Heritage Site. Here you are guaranteed to see hippo as well as a very good chance of seeing crocodile along with a vast array of bird-life.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park was granted "World Heritage" status in 1999 when the World Heritage Committee noted the park's "exceptional biodiversity, including some 521 bird species". After our two-hour cruise on the lake followed by lunch, we make our way to the Big 5 Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park where we would spend one night at Hilltop Camp in the northern Hluhluwe sector of the Park.
Game viewing commences immediately upon entering the gates into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park - there are two entrance gates from the N2 and time will dictate which gate we will use. This first evening we go on a guided sunset drive in an open game-viewing vehicle, conducted by KZN Wildlife staff. This to improve ones chances of seeing some of the nocturnal species, such as leopard, which are always elusive and difficult to find, then lion, hyena, genet, bush babies and  the other nocturnal animals such as owls and nightjars. "

Day Three – Hluhluwe iMfolozi Parl - Hilltop Camp (B, D)

Today will be spent on extended game drives to various areas of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. An early start, to make the most of the day and to possibly chance upon a kill close to the road or any of the predators returning to their day-time lair. These drives are conducted inyour guides vehicle.

Day Four – Ghost Mountain Inn (B, D)
This morning we enjoy a further game drive after breakfast as we depart for the Ghost Mountain Inn in Mkuze where we overnight, arriving in time for lunch and check-in. This afternoon we depart for the nearby Zimanga Game Reserve for an afternoon game drive, after which we return to the hotel.

Day Five – Zimanga Game Reserve (B, D)
Today we enjoy and early morning 3-hour hide session at Zimanga (at the Mkombe Hide) and then an afternoon hide session at the Bhejane Hide.

Day Six – Mkhuze, Durban (B)
This morning after breakfast we make our way to the nearby Mkuze Game Reserve.
Mkuze, a place of great beauty and high contrasts is renowned as a mecca for bird lovers, with more than 420 bird species on record. The reserve has an amazing diversity of natural habitats, from the eastern slopes of the Lebombo Mountains along its western boundary, with broad stretches of acacia savannah, swamps and a variety of woodlands and riverine forest biomes. Visitors may enjoy excellent animal and bird sightings from the hides in the reserve, especially during the dry winter months.
In the late morning we head back to Durban, where we drop you off at the airport for your departure flight or at your overnight accommodation in this city.

 

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