Hluhluwe Self-catering

Places to Stay

Hluhluwe Accommodation

Self-catering Accommodation in Hluhluwe

special Hluhluwe Backpackers | Hluhluwe self-catering
Self-Catering:And we are only 1.5 km away from the Memorial Gate.
Self-Catering:And we are only 1.5 km away from the Memorial Gate.
from R480

23 Reviews

Leopard Walk Lodge

from R740
At Leopard Walk Lodge guests can relax in well appointed “out of Africa” accommodation which is...
At Leopard Walk Lodge guests can relax in well appointed “out of Africa” accommodation which is situated at the edge of a unique sand forest. All rooms and are furnished comfortably with bathrooms ensuite and the forest lodge has an out door Jacuzzi where in the evening you may relax under the dazzling stars which are so close that you may wish to touch them
from R740
Sleeps 19 in 8 rooms

46 Reviews

Self-Catering:If you have ever dreamt of a true African wedding; walking down a grassy aisle with...
Self-Catering:If you have ever dreamt of a true African wedding; walking down a grassy aisle with African wildlife grazing in the background, then this is possible at Emdoneni Lodge, where even a cheetah may pose with you for a photograph.
from R2,392
Sleeps 50 in 25 rooms

2 Reviews

Chumbi Bush House

from R2,500
The Chumbi Bush House is a place to really unwind and relax.
The Chumbi Bush House is a place to really unwind and relax.
from R2,500
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

1 Review

special Bushwillow Collection | Hluhluwe self-catering

Bushwillow Collection

from R1,650
Self-Catering:Eco-freindly timber structures with interconnecting wooden walkways
Self-Catering:Eco-freindly timber structures with interconnecting wooden walkways
from R1,650

10 Reviews

Makhasa is a 2000 ha community owned/KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife stocked reserve situated in the heart...
Makhasa is a 2000 ha community owned/KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife stocked reserve situated in the heart of Maputuland. Makhasa lies adjacent to Phinda reserve within close proximity to Mkhuze and Hluhluwe/Umfolozi National Game Reserves and is easily accessibly by road. Amongst some of our better known inhabitants are three members of the prestigious Big 5, namely rhino, buffalo and leopard.
from R1,760
Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

3 Reviews

Self-Catering:Guests can make use of the Bush Deck for ceremony or reception and a restaurant is...
Self-Catering:Guests can make use of the Bush Deck for ceremony or reception and a restaurant is available.
from R1,530
Sleeps 68 in 24 rooms

4 Reviews

umThiba

from R1,520
Self-Catering:The park is home to wildebeest, giraffe, warthog, zebra and a large variety of...
Self-Catering:The park is home to wildebeest, giraffe, warthog, zebra and a large variety of antelope. With the abundance of bird life, it is also a birdwatcher's paradise.
from R1,520

7 Reviews

The Fever Tree Guest House is set on the edge of Hluhluwe in the heart of Zululand, in northern...
The Fever Tree Guest House is set on the edge of Hluhluwe in the heart of Zululand, in northern KwaZulu-Natal. This small town is situated between iSimangaliso Wetland Park and Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve.
from R900

3 Reviews

Jacana Lodge

from R1,200
This lodge situated in the beautiful Kuleni Game Park offers walking trails, mountain biking trails...
This lodge situated in the beautiful Kuleni Game Park offers walking trails, mountain biking trails and an abundance of game within the unique sand forest and wetlands environment.
from R1,200

10 Reviews

Self-Catering:For children's parties we supply the venue around the pool area, including the jungle...
Self-Catering:For children's parties we supply the venue around the pool area, including the jungle gym, as well as balloons, sweets, chips, cooldrinks, and cupcakes. We also add a jumping castle free of charge.
from R900

6 Reviews

special Falaza Game Park | Self-catering Hluhluwe

Falaza Game Park

from R2,260
Falaza Game Park is a privately owned, owner run game farm centrally situated 15km from Hluhluwe,...
Falaza Game Park is a privately owned, owner run game farm centrally situated 15km from Hluhluwe, bordering the St. Lucia World Heritage Site. Accommodation is in luxury en suite tents, with all the modern convieniences and luxuries. there are 15 tents each sleeping two persons. Meals of very high standard are served in the thatched restaurant, reed walled boma or under the stars on the lawn <br /
from R2,260
Sleeps 60 in 15 rooms

5 Reviews

Bushbaby Lodge offers chalets and campsites in a lush garden of indigenous trees and is the perfect...
Bushbaby Lodge offers chalets and campsites in a lush garden of indigenous trees and is the perfect breakaway in the heart of the Elephant Coast. In a picturesque tropical garden under the shade of enormous indigenous trees, you can enjoy South African hospitality at its best.
from R220

16 Reviews

special Malala Lodge | Hluhluwe self-catering

Malala Lodge

from R1,040
Self-Catering:Malala is situated on a 140 hectare private nature reserve, centrally located in the...
Self-Catering:Malala is situated on a 140 hectare private nature reserve, centrally located in the Elephant Coast. The world renowned Hluhluwe-Imfolozi game reserve is 20 minutes away and open vehicle game drives are provided for those seeking the "Big 5".
from R1,040
Sleeps 18 in 7 rooms

54 Reviews

B&B Orange Cottage

from R695
Self-Catering:The garden has a fenced of pool with sun loungers.
Self-Catering:The garden has a fenced of pool with sun loungers.
from R695
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

2 Reviews

`

Hluhluwe South Africa

Hluhluwe Self-catering Accommodation

Hluhluwe is a tiny town surrounded by fabulous game reserves and some wonderful cultural attractions. You could visit a traditional Zulu weaving operation where you could buy baskets, mats and other woven goods, or do a tour of Dumazulu Cultural Village – a living museum of traditional Zulu culture and lifestyle. The nearby Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve is the oldest game reserve in South Africa and is renowned as the place where an eleventh-hour conservation push rescued the white rhino from the very brink of extinction in the 1960s. Think about it – we came a hair’s breadth from never ever seeing a white rhino, and every one in southern Africa is descended from those few that survived in Hluhluwe.

Things have changed, though. Now it’s the black rhino under threat – so get in there and have a look at one while you still have a chance. Another claim to fame of this fabulous park, which was originally two different parks, Umfolozi and Hluhluwe, is that it was here the first wilderness safaris were run. It took a couple of years, but eventually the idea caught on and now many other reserves, among them the Kruger National Park, now offer this exciting experience.

Hluhluwe is at the southern end of the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, where you can do a boat ride to see hippos and crocs, kayak on the lakes, or do a hike or a horse trail. Keen birders should visit Mkuze, which has the reputation of being one of the best birding spots in South Africa, and divers will love the nearby Sodwana Bay, with its lovely coral reefs, extensive dive infrastructure and party atmosphere.

Note: If you are planning to travel to Hluhluwe/Umfolozi please be aware that this region is malarial. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

Hluhluwe is a tiny town surrounded by fabulous game reserves and some wonderful cultural attractions. You could visit a traditional Zulu weaving operation where you could buy baskets, mats and other woven goods, or do a tour of Dumazulu Cultural...

Read more
If you are looking for Hluhluwe self catering accommodation, SafariNow has a selection of self catering accommodation in Hluhluwe and surrounds. With 39 listings in Hluhluwe, our handy Hluhluwe map search and great low prices, it's easy to book the perfect self catering holiday accommodation for your Hluhluwe visit. We also have some great special accommodation deals in Hluhluwe South Africa
Press to Interact
To top Refresh
Available On Request
There are no items in your favourites
Loading...