Looking for accommodation with style and flair, look no further. Come "...kick off your shoes 'cause you're home!". Hluhluwe is your last "out post" to Birding, Big 5, Endangered Wild life, Gaboon Adder and Turtles.
Exclusively situated in the middle of the proclaimed 'Greater St Lucia Wetland Park' Reserve near Hluhluwe, the largest marine lake in Africa, Makakatana remains the only privately owned Lodge set within this pristine 'World Heritage Site'.
An 11 bedroom luxury lodge built above a lush sand forest. Each chalet is inter-connected by spectacular raised wooden walkways that lead to the main lodge facility area. With spectacular views of the unsurpassed bushveld.
Phinda Forest Lodge comprises 16 private stilted suites, a sparkling rim-flow swimming pool, luxurious dining and sitting areas, and an expansive viewing deck with panoramic views of the game-filled plains.
Phinda Private Game Reserve is situated in the lush Zululand region, comprises 14 000ha of prime conservation land with 7 distinct habitats sheltering an abundance of wildlife including Africas Big Five.
Each of the 20 private suites feature spacious en suite bathrooms, sitting areas and spectacular viewing decks. Between exciting game-drives, birdwatch from the pooldeck, or simply relax in the lodges comfortable sitting area
Intimate and elegant, this exquisite lodge comprises six thatched suites with en suite bathrooms, dressing rooms, private plunge pools and decks which overlook the vlei where youre likely to observe the wildlife
Thanda is an expression of the magical union of powerful Zulu culture, wildlife, romantic decadence and exclusivity, offering a luxurious main lodge and safari-style tented camp, an award-winning wellness centre, and Big Five game viewing.
Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve provides a unique bush experience in the heart of one of South Africas most diverse conservation regions and is nestled between the wilderness reserves of Mkuze, Hluhluwe, St. Lucia and Sodwana Bay.
Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge was originally built in the 1940's as a hotel and was a landmark pitstop for weary travelers between Maputo and Durban. Acquired in 1996, the gracious building was lovingly restored to its original colonial grandeur.