Experience a luxurious safari in South Africa’s Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park, which is located in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area. The Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park has a fascinating history, claiming to be Africa’s first wildlife reserve and the former hunting grounds of the Zulu Royal family. The park is made up of two game reserves, Hluhluwe Game Reserve and uMfolozi Game Reserve, which were previously known as Hluhluwe Game Reserve and uMfolo Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge is the park’s sole private lodge, providing a sophisticated alternative to the park’s typical lodging.
The premium safari lodge has four different room types, all of which are situated to take advantage of the breath-taking views of the bushveld below. The modern, professionally appointed apartments and villas provide maximum privacy and comfort to guests.
Rhino Ridge Safari Lodge is located on territory that once belonged to the Mpembeni Community and has since been included into the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. This is a one-of-a-kind partnership between the community, the park, and a private firm that creates much-needed jobs while also raising funds for conservation through park fees and levies. The park has three entrances, making it easily accessible from Swaziland in the north, Richards Bay Airport 1.5 hours east and an easy 3.5-hour drive north from King Shaka International Airport situated near Durban.