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This game reserve is about a two and a half hour drive from Umhlanga and ideal for a daytrip if you leave early.
This was organised with a tour company that fetched and delivered us from/to Umhlanga and the reserve. The reserve itself has two...More
A well-managed and well maintained wildlife park teeming with a variety of animals and plenty of opportunities to spot them. The hides are in a Good state, as were all the bathrooms and picnic areas we visited. The roads are well sign posted and also...More
We took an guided 6 hour early morning game drive. The normal advertised entrance fee was R105 pp for South African citizens but on the day we arrived on 19-Dec-2018, the fee was R330 pp. As ours was a prepaid package the guide did not...More
Within a few minutes we we privileged to see two of the big 5 amongst other amazing animals! This is really a lovely reserve and is abundant with wild life. The treat was the amazing elephant sighting we received as we were leaving. We were...More
Spent two nights here at Mpila Camp. Accommodation was basic but spacious and exciting for kids to see animals passing through the camp right between the chalets including impala, zebra, nyala, velvet monkeys and even hyena late at night (eek!). Game viewing was exceptional -...More
Used the ANEW HOTEL safari game drive option. R600 pp. 3 and a bit hours.
Game driver/ranger was knowledgable and took his time to explain while seeking out the game.
Saw many animals. Poaching remains an issue for the rhinos🤨. A second visit for me...More
We always enter the Imfolozi reserve through the lower Nyalazi Gate accessed from a short drive off the N2 just past Mtubatuba. Whilst sitting in the car at check-in we had our very first wildlife encounter, a rather large lone bull elephant..and from there onwards...More
We stayed on site at the chalet..we had a fantastic experience..we went on two drives into the bush every day...returning to camp to relax and eat inbetween trips. We saw an unbelievable amount of wildlife (close up) made so special by watching them in their...More