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We spent two weeks at Hluhluwe's Hilltop Camp. The animal experiences were fantastic and we were able to get good video of a nursing rhino, families of elephants and we had the special treat on our last day of seeing up close a mixed herd...More
The accommodation was spacious and comfortable with adequate facilities. There was no view from the unit due to high vegetation. The restaurant and lounge areas were good, with good service. Wifi only available in communal areas.
The negative points were poor maintenance service as two...More
On Saturday 20 May I visited Hluhluwe-iMfolozi game reserve along with my family. Having visited the restaurant at Hilltop Camp (resort?) on a previous occasion, the highlight of the day was to be lunch at the restaurant. In particular, I was going to once again...More
Large range of 4 or 2 person chalets and rondavels built around the central complex (including restaurant, shop and pool). Our two chalets (one 4, one 2 person) were both very well equipped and comfortable. Very good breakfast.
Rondawels have been updated since the last time we were there. The units are self catering. The kitchen does have gas stoves some work and some not. Pots and pans to cook in are sparse so take your own. The unit is well stocked with...More
Yes the restaurant is open to everyone, however of you are not staying at Hilltop then you need to stick to the parks hour's. There is also a little shop where you can buy some food items in the lobby. Other places are the... More
Yes the restaurant is open to everyone, however of you are not staying at Hilltop then you need to stick to the parks hour's. There is also a little shop where you can buy some food items in the lobby. Other places are the take away at Centenary centre and also another little shop at Mpile Camp