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African Spirit Game Lodge

Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal
Grading: TGCSA 4 Star
Reviews: (2)
African Spirit Game Lodge is situated in the 60 000 acre Big 5 Manyoni Private Game Reserve. It is spacious, warm and cosy; a true delight in luxurious accommodation. The area offers a truly remarkable and intimate Zulu culture and Wildlife experience.
Distance from Mkuze Centre : 7.3km*

Buffalo Hill Safari Lodge

Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal
Our new family run Lodge since 2019, Buffalo Hill Safari Lodge, is situated in the 23000 ha Manyoni Private Game Reserve. For the bird lovers, the reserve has over 400 species of birds.
Distance from Mkuze Centre : 4.0km*

Mantuma Camp - Mkuze Game Reserve

Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal
Reviews: (84)
A place of great beauty and high contrasts, Mkuze is renowned as a mecca for bird lovers with more than 420 bird species on record. Mantuma Camp offers both hutted accommodation as well as Safari tents.
Distance from Mkuze Centre : 11.5km*

Mkuze Game Reserve

Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal
Reviews: (18)
Situated in the northern Kwazulu Natal region, this reserve differs from others in the vicinity in that it is flat with grasslands, fossil pans, wetlands and sand dunes. Attractions include game-viewing, birdwatching and an exciting bushveld trail.
Distance from Mkuze Centre : 12.6km*

Nhlonhlela Bush Lodge - Mkuze Game Reserve

Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal
Reviews: (6)
Nhlonhlela Bush Lodge is an eight-bed lodge overlooking Nhlonhlela Pan. All units are en suite and are connected by boardwalks branching out from the communal lounge and kitchen. A cook/caretaker is in attendance, as well as a field ranger.
Distance from Mkuze Centre : 13.3km*
*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.

Mkuze Info


Mkuze, also named Mkhuze or uMkhuze is a small town in Northern KwaZulu- Natal, South Africa.

Mkhuze Game Reserve is situated in Northern Zululand, roughly 335 km from Durban. The reserve was established on 15 February 1912 and is 40 000 ha in extent. Today it forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.