HLUHLUWE BUSH CAMP
Hluhluwe Bush Camp is a privately owned farm with 5 very luxury self catering/glamping tents, 2 adventure tents with own outside bathroom and a 4 x 4 camping, overlooking False Bay Park one of the 11 World Heritage Isimangaliso Wetland Parks and completely surrounded by pineapple fields and bush.
“Miracle and wonder” – this is the meaning of “Isimangaliso”. Endless beaches, coastal forests and the incredible oceanic diversity offered in Isimangaliso wetland park.
Introducing your new favourite Bush location at the beautiful Hluhluwe Bush Camp.
Isimangaliso Wetland Park is South Africa’s largest first natural World Heritage site. It stretches from the St. Lucia Estuary in the South up to the border of Mozambique, known also as the Elephant Coast. It protects 220 km of pristine coastline with a range of wild and magnificent beaches to enjoy.
Hluhluwe Bush Camp overlooking the treasure trove that is False Bay Park in the Isimangaliso Wetland Park, Hluhluwe Bush Camp offers 5 enticingly luxurious self-catering glamping tents, 2 fully equipped adventure tents and small intimate camping for only 4 x 4 lovers in the bush with a braai and an ablution block.
Enjoy tranquillity whilst sitting on the deck viewing your neighbours – Nyala, Reedbuck, Duikers and pineapple fields.
Besides the glamping tents, Hluhluwe Bush Camp has a reception area with a Farmstall and a pool with sun loungers all overlooking False Bay Park.
The Farmstall is the number one shop for fresh, homemade produces like filled sandwiches, Dutch crispy fries with mayo, pineapple juice, coffee/cappuccino, mint, ginger and lemongrass tea, homemade soup, lettuce and vegetables, breakfast and bbq packages and all your first need products like salt, pepper, toilet paper, bbq wood, firelighters, matches, wine, beer, water and ice cream.
Yeah, Rafikis is @ Zulu Croc and that is very close to our camp.
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park is a unique mosaic of ecosystems, including swamps, lakes, beaches, coral reefs, wetlands, woodlands, coastal forests and grasslands. Stretching from Kosi Bay in ...Tourism KZN is promoting a number of lockdown level two specials through its digital platforms in an effort to rejuvenate tourism, particularly in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and Umfolozi/Hluhluwe game reserve areas.