About Falaza Game Park
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 tatched restaurant, reed walled boma or under the stars - at a bush dinner. Game Drives, guided walks, boat cruises and horse trails are offered on the property. Friendly white rhino graze on the lawn daily. great for game viewing and birding with over 300 different bird species. White rhino, leopard, hippo, crocodile, giraffe are a few of the species you can view on your activites.
2 night special
2 Night Mid-Week Special
• 2 nights in our luxury tented accommodation
• Breakfasts and Dinner included.
• Hluhluwe- Umfolozi Game Drive!
• Unique Falaza Full Body Massage!
For only R1965 per person!
To Mon, 31 Oct 2016
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Falaza Game Park Map
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