Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, South Africa

Hluhluwe Game Reserve
Initially King Shaka’s hunting grounds, it is the oldest reserve in South Africa and home to the Big 5.

Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve is the oldest reserve in South Africa. It is a Big 5 game park in the Kwazulu Natal region, north of Durban. It is also known for its white rhino conservation, a globally recognised success story. Initially King Shaka’s hunting grounds, the area has now gained a reputation for its efforts in protecting the wilderness.

The 96 000 ha of land is not only home to the big 5, but cheetah, wild dog, and nyala as well. The park is home to 340 bird species, providing some spectacular sightings.

Whether on a self drive or guided safari, one may explore the park easily, with all roads clearly marked. There is also the option of a guided night drive or walking safari. With its history and wildlife, Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve is a fantastic option to satisfy your safari cravings!

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