Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park is characterised by hilly topography, and the northern section of the park is noted for its wide variety of both bird and animal life. Thanks to its conservation efforts, the park now has the largest population of white rhino in the world.
One of South Africa's most popular reserves Hluhluwe–iMfolozi covers some 96,000 hectares with a wide range of plant life, supporting an exciting diversity of fauna. Visitors are afforded fascinating wildlife encounters, with lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo all to be seen, as well as zebra and giraffe.
The park carries out world-renowned white rhino conservation work - with hides that overlook pans and waterholes to enable visitors to see animals at close range.
Ideal for viewing: black rhino, cheetah, lion, spotted hyena, klipspringer
Where: KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
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KwaZulu Natal is a true South African gem when it comes to wildlife, with a great mix of the country’s finest wildlife reserves and breathtaking scenery. Self driving allows you to follow the coast at your own pace and experience a diversity of wildlife away from the crowd.
When to go: Jan-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 14 days
Price inc. flights: From £4,585 pp
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This camp has commanding views of the surrounding Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park, noted for its wonderful variety of birds and mammals including both black and white rhino, lion, leopard and elephant. Accommodation ranges from self-catered rondavels and self contained chalets to luxury lodge rooms.