Hilltop Camp Offers, Rustic 4 bed self-cater thatched chalets.
Consisting of two bedrooms, en-suite bathroom that has a shower combination.
Bed linen and bath towels are supplied. Serviced Daily..
There is also a kitchen with a stove, microwave oven, fridge, kettle, crockery, and cutlery. In addition to this, there is a lounge/dining room open plan, a deck and braai (barbecue) stand with fantastic views.
You can also book... At check-in, safaris walk and game drives,
They run for approx 3hrs, no children under 6 sorry, You may also use the Hilltop restaurant and bar if you don't feel like cooking There's also a great pool to cool off after a hot day's safari.
On weekends they have a big braai buffet style at Hilltop Lounge.
The Hilltop lodge has a great African feel and history. Built On a hill, the views are spectacular, Plenty of Big game viewing...
Overnight Visitors: A day visiters pay R240 per adult and R120 per child under 12 years will be charged.SA Resident pays half price for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
Gate Open / Close Times / Open 5 am / Close 6pm
2-Bed Chalet Self Cater
Rustic, Self-catering thatched chalets One bedroom, with 2 single beds. The 2-bed chalets have an en-suite bathroom that has a shower combination. Full kitchen with stove, microwave oven, fridge, kettle, basic utensils, cutlery and crockery– bed linen and bath towels. All you need...
Open plan layout leading onto an outside deck and braai (barbecue). Units serviced daily.
Shopping should be done before you get to the park Drinking water should be brought. and don't forget to bring some charcoal as a backup. There is a small shop for things forgotten, but its small basic foodstuffs and wood.
Gate Fee For Overnight Visitors: A Int Day Visitors R240 per adult and R120 per child under 12 years will be charged. SA Residents pay half price for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
Is Hilltop Fenced? YES...
Is There air con? NO
Are There Double beds? NO
Is There a pool? YES
Is There a restaurant? Yip, and a full Pub
Game Drives? YES 3hr
Safari Walks? Yes 2.5hr
Can You Use 2x4 Car in the park? Yes
2-Bed Non-Self-catering Chalet
These non-self cater thatch chalets consist of one bedroom with a small lounging area, a bar refrigerator and kettle with crockery for tea and coffee & en-suite... Bath towels as well as linen provided...Serviced Daily
Deck overlooking the bush No Braai Or Cooking facilities.
These are non-self-catering facilities You would dine at the Hilltop Camp restaurant. Children under the age of 3 are free of charge... A cot can be organized from the reception when checking in, at no charge.
The rest hut accommodation Known as Rondavels In Africa.
A great option for a budget stay in a big5 game park very basic but all you need.
And they do include breakfast as well as, Large kitchen to cook.
Each has two single beds, a wash-hand basin, a wardrobe, a small fridge, and a kettle. Each their own braai. Basic cutlery and crockery supplied in the room and a communal kitchen with bed linen and bath towels.
There is a communal kitchen for all rondavels and ablution block for residents only... cleaned daily.
They are a bit of walk, slightly away from the rooms may also use the restaurant and pool.
Rondavel, Huts are serviced daily.
These are a great budget stay close to the pool and pub. Very Affordable. There really is no better deal at a Big5 game park in South Africa..
Gate Fee Overnight Visitors And Int Day Visitors pay R240 per adult and R120 per child under 12 years will be charged. SA Residents pay half price for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park Gate Fee.
Gate Open Close Times/ Open 5am / Close 6pm
Set in the heart of Zululand, the oldest game reserve in Africa where Zulu kings such as Dingiswayo and Shaka hunted and put in place the first conservation laws, where today the “big five” of African legend stalk the verdant savannah. Established in 1895, game viewing is the prime attraction. Viewing hides overlook waterholes enabling visitors to see animals at close range. Like,
Rhino, Wild Dog, Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, Leopard, Cape Buffalo and that's just some. There are also 300 birds species and many amazing smaller creatures that make up this ecosystem and make it all work as one.
As the home of Operation Rhino in the 1950s and 60s, the Park became world-renowned for its white rhino conservation. Other areas of focus for which Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is famed include wilderness trails which originated in Imfolozi in the 1950s and its renowned Game Capture unit recently upgraded into the Centenary Capture Centre, a benchmark for animal capture and sustainable utilization throughout Africa.