Situated just 70km from Nibela Lake Lodge, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is the oldest proclaimed nature reserve on the African continent. Covering an area of 960km² in KwaZulu-Natal, it is most widely known for a plentiful and diverse array of wildlife.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park a Big 5 destination, with each member of the exclusive group represented in varying numbers throughout the reserve. What’s more, due to conservation efforts, it is also home to largest population of white rhino in the world. Other wildlife that inhabit this spectacular park include African wild dog, kudu, nyala, impala, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, spotted hyena, cheetah and eland.
To give a glimpse of what animals you can expect to see during a memorable trip to Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park, we’ve put together a handy photoblog.
Flickr Image Credits: Cédric Duchamp, Europ, Ryan Kilpatrick, Vince Smith, Ryan Kilpatrick, Francisco Laso, Francisco Laso, Steve Slater, Brent De Vries, Camilla Faurholdt-Löfvall, Quasic, Willem van Valkenburg