Welcome to Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Park
Established, in 1895, this Park is Africa’s oldest game sanctuary and before that it was protected as the exclusive hunting preserve of the Zulu kings. The Park’s pride and joy is the success of Operation Rhino in the 1960’s which saw the rescue of the White Rhino from the brink of extinction. The Park offers the Big Five as well as an amazing diversity of smaller species such as kudu, nyala, impala, zebra, giraffe, warthog, baboons and wild dogs.
It also has a rich bird and plant life and some spectacular scenery.
Game viewing hides near watering holes and picnic sites are situated throughout the Park, providing the visitor with ample opportunity to leave their vehicles (at their own risk) and experience nature at close range.