About Isinkwe Backpackers Bushcamp
Isinkwe Backpackers Bush Camp is nestled within 22 hectares of lush, indigenous coastal bush, 15 Km from Hluhluwe-KwaZulu Natal.As you arrive at Isinkwe Backpackers Bush camp, you are greeted by friendly, shady trees, forming a tranquil hide-away, as well as an excellent base from where to explore the many famous wildlife destinations in the area, including Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Game Reserve and the Greater St. Lucia Wetlands Park.Accommodation options include a Self-Catering Tree Cabin, en suite double rooms, standard double rooms, family rooms, dormitories and camping.We offer dinners and breakfasts, served from our canteen next to our swimming pool and BBQ area.Note: The point shown on the map is the entrance to Isinkwe Backpackers Bush camp and there is a large entrance-way with signs. From there they will drive along our entrance road to the camp.
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