Centrally situated in the Imfolozi section of the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve
, Mpila Camp - Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Park
, commands magnificent views of the Wilderness area.
Game viewing is the main attraction in the Imfolozi Game Reserve. Larger mammals to be seen include buffalo, blue wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, elephant, and large numbers of impala, waterbuck, common and mountain reedbuck, nyala, kudu, bushbuck, steenbuck, duiker, warthog, black rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena and jackal. In excess of 300 species of birds have been recorded.
There are a number of picnic sites situated throughout the reserve as well as view sites, which make it possible to spend a day game watching.
Please note the camp is not fenced.
Imfolozi is in a malaria area and special precautions are necessary.
The curio shop has a limited range of supplies. Unleaded petrol is sold at Mpila Camp daily from 08:00 to 21:30 and 14:00 to 16:30.
Everything is provided for guests, except food and beverages. There is no restaurant in the reserve, apart from a takeaway restaurant situated at the Centenary Centre, located near Nyalazi Gate, which is open daily from 08:00 to 12:00 noon.Please Note
Day visitors/Guests pay a conservation fee of R120 per adult and R60 per child > than 12 yrs old. Children > than 3yrs old is not charged for conservation fees.
Please take note that the water supply in the river at the Mpila and uMganu pump stations is critical. Please could you ensure that you use water sparingly during your stay at Mpila Camp.Accommodation at Mpila Camp - Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Park:
Cottages: consist of three bedrooms, bathroom and shower, lounge, dining room and kitchen. Cook is in attendance to prepare food provided by guests.
Rest Huts: consist of one room with four beds, a fridge and a wash basin. There are communal ablutions and kitchens available.
Safari Tents: consist of seven 2-bedded and two 4-bedded tents, all with ensuite showers and a connected kitchen and dining area by a wooden boardwalk. Each unit has a verandah and is electrified. Barbecue facilities are available
Chalets: consist of two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, and a lounge/dining room.
The camp's units consist only of single beds. No double beds available.Nselweni Bush Camp
This camp is a few km from the Main Camp (Mpila Camp) and comprises of 8 X 2-Bed Chalets.
Each unit comprises of:
- 1 Bedroom with Single Beds. Beds can be pushed together to form a double bed.
- En-suite bathroom with toilet, shower and wash hand basin
- Linen and bath towels
- Fully equipped kitchen with stove
- Fridge and kettle
- Basic cutlery and crockery
- Outside dining area
- Outside Barbecue / Braai
- no Microwaves
The communal lounge is fully equipped with a 20 seater dining table, DSTV and couches.
The lodge is powered by solar energy.
Please note: The lodge is only fenced for elephants only so please do not walk beyond the vicinity of your unit.
Please bring your own food supplies and drinking water.
For your convenience a filling station is available near the curio shop and is opened from 07:00 - 18:00 daily. We are unfortunately not in a position to repair punchers and only unleaded petrol is available.
We accept cash and recognized petrol or garage cards.
Each self-catering chalet is equipped with a braai stand.
For safety reasons we request you not to move this to the verandah or into the chalet.
Please use it in the designated areas only.
Cheques, MasterCard and/or Visa Cards are not acceptable as a form of payment at the filling station.
Our electricity is supplied by generator between 07:00 - 22:00. Requests are accepted to add more hours for visitors who have medical conditions.
Feeding monkeys is strictly forbidden.
Do not leave food unattended.
Please keep all the windows and doors to your chalet closed thereby avoiding temptation for the monkeys.
Displaying of fruit and food will tempt them to enter your chalet.