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#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
We drove with own vehicle around the park for 2 days, saw so many animals was just amazing and loved the mountains and landscapes, spend 10 days at kruger national park and found it very flat the scenery.
Hluhluwe imfolozi was our favourite game park in South Africa with its beautiful setting of rolling hills, winding rivers and great game viewing opportunities.
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
What a fantastic experience We were so super lucky this trip and saw a beautiful Lioness in a tree within 20 minutes of entering the park We saw buffalo, elephants, rhino, zebra, birds of prey, wildebeest.
Hluhluwe-iMfoluzi is an amazing park to see all of the iconic African wildlife, and there are so many ways to see it here - self drives, guided drives, overnight stays and walking tours.
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#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
We had a Ranger names Megan giving us the demonstration and chat about the park and history of these 3 elephants.
Dlinza Forest Eshowe
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
My wife and I spent two hours in the Dlinza Forest Nature Reserve walking on the Nkonka Trail (the longer of the two trails, approx 1.8km) and enjoying the beautiful view above the trees on the aerial boardwalk.
Thank you to previous generations for ensuring protection by Parks Boards .
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
We would highly recommend the trip to Tembe and will certainly visit again .Every time one re-visits a park, it offers something different.
You are an ambassador that the Park can be proud of!
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in Zululand
A beautiful coastal nature reserve with a long, pristine beach, coastal forest with a number of walks of different lengths, a wide variety of birds including the southern-most colony of palmnut vultures, and a sta...
A beautiful walk/ run of 8km leaves the lagoon car park and follows a bush trail along the river to the mouth (4km) then walk/run back along the beach at low tide (4km).