Mpila Safari Tents offer en-suite Bathroom.
Each unit has a deck, A fully equipped kitchen and the dining area are connected to each tent by a wooden boardwalk.
Barbecue / Braai facilities are available. These units are self-catering and are serviced daily. These are great for couples and small families. 1 child, the game park can add a bed for the child or request.
Please note: International guests pay a gate fee of R240 per adult and R120 per child (between the ages of three and twelve), per day spent in the park.
SA Residents pay a gate fee of R120 per adult and R60.00 per child (between the ages of three and Thirteen, per day spent in the park.
2-bed chalets with an en-suite bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. Braai / Barbi facilities.
These are basic rustic old world style, Bit dated, but still nice to be in the park around the animals.
Rate includes: Accommodation only
Please note: International guests pay a gate fee of R240 per adult and R120 per child (age 3 to 12), per day spent in the park.
SA Residents pay a gate fee of R120 per adult and R60.00 per child (between the ages of 3 and 12), per day spent in the park.
5 Bed Chalets have 2 bedrooms, one of which has 2 beds, and the other containing 3 beds. en-suite bathroom.Fully equipped kitchen, lounge and dining room open plan.
Patio with Braai/barbeque area. Towels and bedding are all supplied rooms serviced daily. Plugin points, tv, mosquito nets, fans, sorry no A/C in this park.
There is no shopping really, so don't forget to shop on the way. Firewood and basics are available at reception.
Rate includes Accommodation only.
Please note: International guests pay a gate fee of R240 per adult and R120 per child (between ages 3 and 12), Per D spent in the park.
SA Residents pay a gate fee of R120 per adult and R60.00 per child.
Self-cater chalets are 3-bedroomed thatch cottages.
En-suite bathrooms and Fully equipped kitchen. A combination of double and single beds.
A cook on hand to prepare food supplied by guests and do the daily cleaning.
Its a simple but very nice layout. Ideal for large family's or couples get-togethers
Rate includes Accommodation only,
Please note: International guests pay a conservation fee of R240 per adult and R120 per child (ages 3 to 12), per day spent in the park.
SA Residents pay a gate fee of R120 per adult and R60.00 per child per day spent in the park.
Mpila Camp is located in the south of the 2 game parks Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, flatter terrain than Hilltop, it is the best game viewing in winter Mpila is the second largest camp in the game park after Hilltop Camp Mpila accommodation is all self-cater A more rustic and adventurous section of the park.
Most of it runs on solar power and generators lanterns and firelight. These are for the wilder traveler at heart, Often at night hyena come right into camp. Mpila accommodation, are all en-suite and full kitchens. They are pretty basic but provide all you need. The camp only offers single beds and the game park is very strict about occupancy in the units,
A cell phone doesn't work well in the camp. There are always staff around for your needs. You need to be more prepared when staying at Mpila Imfolozi, make sure to bring all the needed supplies. Check twice three times. There is no restaurant Like Hilltop.
A small shop with basic foodstuffs, like bread/milk/frozen meat and sometimes ice & firewood.. They often run out of supplies so please make sure you bring all you need. Best to shop. on the way to the game park...
It's a popular place with the local south Africans. The reason, most South Africans grow-up camping around the Big5, So they tent to go for the more wild camps... All the accommodation at Mpila is self-catering ... There are no game fences, ( protective fence from wildlife) around the camps so be careful... Definitely no wandering off ..
This park is full of animals. The main reason it's so popular, out of all the Big5 game parks in South Africa there are more animals here per square.. Mpila Camps have fire pits for cooking outside and sitting back watching the stars and feeling the amazing wilderness. When Lion's roar, you will never forget it, as it vibrates through you.
You feel so insignificant. There is much more to Imfolozi and Hluhluwe than the Big 5 we all want to see, Like many endangered animals, The Honey Badger, Wild Dogs and so much more to name just 2.. The birdlife is out of this world if you are into birding, bring the longest/fastest camera lens you can afford.