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iMfolozi Game Reserve

Rooms Types

2 Bed Safari Camp Mpila Camp

2 Bed Safari Camp

Max Guests:
2
Max Kids:
1
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MINIMUM CHARGE: 2 ADULT

1 bedroom (sleeps 2 persons + 1 child + infants below 4yrs)
Each unit has an en-suite bedroom and a separate kitchen, with a dining area connected via a boardwalk.

2 Bed Self Catering Patio

2 Bed Self Catering Chalet

Max Guests:
2
Max Kids:
1
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MINIMUM CHARGE: 2 ADULTS

1 bedroom (sleeps 2 persons + 1 child + infants below 4yrs)
Fully equipped en-suite bedroom, with an open plan kitchen and living area.

2 Bed Nselweni Bush Camp patio
MINIMUM CHARGE: 2 ADULTS

1 bedroom (sleeps 2 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Each unit has an en-suite bedroom and a communal kitchen, lounge and dining area, connected via pathways. Each unit is fully self-contained and self-catering.

2 Bed Nselweni Bush Camp patio
MINIMUM CHARGE: 2 ADULTS

1 bedroom (sleeps 2 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Each unit has an en-suite bedroom and a communal kitchen, lounge and dining area, connected via pathways. Each unit is fully self-contained and self-catering.

2 Bed Nselweni Bush Camp patio
MINIMUM CHARGE: 2 ADULTS

1 bedroom (sleeps 2 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Each unit has an en-suite bedroom and a communal kitchen, lounge and dining area, connected via pathways. Each unit is fully self-contained and self-catering.

4 Bed Safari Camp Mpila Camp

4 Bed Safari Camp

Max Guests:
4
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MINIMUM CHARGE: 3 ADULTS

2 bedrooms (sleeps 4 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Two en-suite bedrooms and a separate kitchen, with a dining area connected via a boardwalk.

5 bed self catering chalet
MINIMUM CHARGE: 4 ADULTS

2 bedrooms (sleeps 5 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Fully self-contained unit that consists of two bedrooms, full bathroom, lounge, dining room and kitchen.

7 Bed Self Catering Chalet Mpila Camp
MINIMUM CHARGE: 5 ADULTS

3 bedrooms (sleeps 7 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Fully self-contained unit that consists of three bedrooms, full bathroom, lounge, dining room and kitchen.

8 Bed Masinda Lodge lawn

8 Bed Masinda Lodge

Max Guests:
8
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MINIMUM CHARGE: 6 ADULTS

4 bedrooms (sleeps 8 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Approximately 10km from Mpila. This private lodge comprises of a lounge, dining room, kitchen and three en-suite bedrooms, with an additional two-bedded annex, also en-suite. A cook in attendance.

8 Bed Hlatikulu Bush Lodge Imfolozi Game Reserve walway
MINIMUM CHARGE: 6 ADULTS

4 bedrooms (sleeps 8 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Consists of 4 two-bedded en-suite bedrooms, joined by boardwalks to a fully equipped kitchen and open plan living area. The bush lodge is fully self-contained and self-catering with a cook and tour guide in attendance.

8 Bed Gqoyeni Bush Lodge deck

8 Bed Gqoyeni Bush Lodge

Max Guests:
8
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MINIMUM CHARGE: 6 ADULTS

4 bedrooms (sleeps 8 persons + infants below 4yrs)
Consists of 4 two-bedded en-suite bedrooms, joined by boardwalks to a fully equipped kitchen and open plan living area. The bush lodge is fully self-contained and self-catering with a cook and tour guide in attendance.

Lodge
South Africa
Hluhluwe
-28.311749, 31.861467
Mpila Camp , Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve
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1 nights

iMfolozi Game Reserve

The iMfolozi Game Reserve is situated in the southern section of the 96,000 ha Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and is famous for its conservation of the White and Black Rhino and home to all of the big 5. All accommodation within the Imfolozi Park is self-catering as none of the camps or lodges have restaurant facilities.

Mpila Camp

Mpila Camp is the second largest camp in the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park and offers magnificent views of the wilderness area. The reception  administers the bookings for open vehicle game drives and bush walks and also offers a small convenience store and fuel station. Mpila Camp is run on generator is switched off at 22h00 and all ovens, fridges, and geysers are on gas. Rooms are serviced daily under normal conditions and guests are required to wash their cutlery and cooking utensils.

Nselweni Bush Camp

Nselweni Bush Camp offers 2-sleeper chalets and is situated on the banks of the Black Umfolozi River.

Hlatikulu Bush Lodge

Hlatikulu Bush Lodge can accommodate a maximum of 8 people in four 2 sleeper free-standing units and is situated on the banks of the Black Umfolozi River and is booked on a private basis.

Gqoyeni Bush Lodge

Gqoyeni Bush Lodge can accommodate a maximum of 8 people in four 2 sleeper free-standing units overlooking the Black Umfolozi River and is booked on a private basis.

Masinda Lodge

Masinda Lodge can accommodate a maximum of 8 people in 3 separate en-suite bedrooms and 1 outside annex room and is booked on a private basis.

Policies of iMfolozi Game Reserve

14h00
10h00
Cancellations Charges Less 14 Days - 100% of total amount Less 21 Days - 75% of total amount Less 31 Days - 50% of total amount 31 Days or More - 25% of total amount
MasterCard, Visa
Pet's not allowed.

Amenities of iMfolozi Game Reserve

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    Bird Watching
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    Conservation area
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    Filling station
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    Free Parking
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    Game Viewing
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    Guided walks
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    Housekeeping daily
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    Open Vehicle Game Drives (additional charge)
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    Picnic sites
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    Scenic views
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    Shop
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    WiFi (limited)

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2 Bed Self Catering Chalets Mpila Camp

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Game Walks with an armed ranger are also available from Mpila Camp. These are normally 2 - 3 hours in duration

No, guests need to supply their own coffee, sugar, milk, and tea.

There is a shop selling basic foods and supplies, including bread, biscuits, milk, drinks, eggs, meat, charcoal, candles, matches, oil, butter, and a variety of tuck foods. We recommend that you do not rely on the shop as stocks occasionally run low.

No, All chalets and rondavels have single or twin beds.

Room numbers can be requested, but not guaranteed.

No, Gate opening and closing times are strictly enforced. Gate Opening and Closing Times: November to February: 05h00 to 19h00 March to October: 06h00 to 18h00 All guests please be advised that if you are going to be late arriving at Hluhluwe iMfolozi Game Reserve that a late Entry will be charged to the amount of R 500-00 per vehicle (subject to change). Late entries will only be collected from gate from 19h00 until 22h00. All late arrivals must please contact Mpila Camp to make arrangements to be escorted to Mpila as no persons may drive without an escort after gate closing times.

An early check-in is only possible if housekeeping has finished cleaning your room by the time you arrive.

Yes, Please do not leave food unattended and please keep all the windows and doors to your chalet closed when you are away from your accommodation as fruit and food will tempt them to enter your chalet. Feeding monkeys is strictly forbidden.

The signal is poor and is best at the reception desk area.

No, guests will have to arrange their own transport.

A filling station is available at Mpila Camp and is opened at 07:00 – 18:00. The station offers Hi-octane, Diesel, and unfortunately cannot repair punchers. Cash and recognized petrol or garage cards only. Cheques, MasterCard and/or Visa Cards are not accepted.

It is perfectly safe for you to conduct your own game drives. There are simple rules and regulations you should follow. There is a speed limit throughout the park of 40kms per hour. You should not get out of your vehicle except at designated picnic spots and view sites, and even then only after you have had a good lookout for dangerous animals. Remember that this is a Big 5 reserve, and therefore it is dangerous to be exposed. You should not go within 30 - 50m of large game such as elephant and rhino for risk of being charged in your vehicle. The white rhino is reasonably placid and will let you get quite close as they are not too easily antagonized, however, the rare black rhino is very excitable and quick to charge, especially if accompanied by young. Unless you know the difference, please do not endanger yourselves and your family by taking unnecessary risks. If driving past baboons and monkeys, keep your windows closed. Keep voices low when viewing wildlife. Hippos may look cute, but they are responsible for more deaths of humans in Africa than any other animal. Therefore, if you see them by a river bank, keep well away. To get the best out of your game drives, try not to look at specific bushes or trees that you pass, and try to avoid darting your eyes to the left and right. Rather, try to keep your eyes on a particular angle, scanning the bush as you pass by. It will take you a while to accustom yourselves to spotting game, but once you get the knack, you will find that animals will be much easier to spot. Don't underestimate the camouflage properties of most of the game species in the reserve. It is quite incredible how you can pass game very close by, and not notice at all. On many of our game drives, vehicles in front of us have just driven on, not noticing what is in plain view close by. As one experienced guide said, 'if you leave the park without seeing lion, be comforted by the fact that the lion definitely saw you'. If you are staying in the reserve for a few days, then it is worth keeping an eye on the sightings board kept at Hilltop Camp, as the latest sightings of lion, leopard, elephant, eagle etc are reported there. If you see something unusual or spectacular, it would be a kindness to report your sighting on the board, so that others may have the opportunity to try to see what you saw. Please adhere to the rules of the park, and not try to go on any of the roads marked no entry. These are private camps and staff accommodations, and trespassers will be prosecuted.Guests can only explore the park between gate opening and gate closing times.

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Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park

Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park is the oldest game reserve in South Africa and is one of the most popular big 5 wildlife safari and tour destinations in Africa. Hluhluwe Umfolozi is situated in the heart of Zululand, KwaZulu Natal and was established by the former Natal Parks Board. The wide range of plant life in

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