Imfolozi Game Reserve is situated north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is home to Africa's Big Five and also other game including the elusive Cheetah, Wild Dog and Nyala. Prime game viewing takes place at hides overlooking pans and waterholes which enable visitors to see animals at close range.
Accommodation at the Imfolozi Game Reserve, northern KwaZulu-Natal consists of various luxury lodges, self catering accommodation and tented camps. Some camps have their own cook to prepare meals for guests. Activities include game drives, self-guided walking trails, day walks, boat tours on the Hluhluwe Dam and exciting all inclusive wilderness trails.
Imfolozi Game Reserve is situated in the southern section of the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park. This KwaZulu-Natal park is the oldest game reserve in South Africa. It was established in 1895. Today, the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park is world renowned for its White Rhino conservation and its Centenary Capture Centre is setting exceptional standards for animal capture and sustainable utilization in Africa.
Imfolozi is in a low risk malaria area so it is advisable to consult your doctor before travelling. Curios, cool drinks, camera film and petrol at the Mpila Camp Shop in Imfolozi, but there are no restaurant facilities. The nearest town with a full range of services is Mtubatuba, about 45 minutes away.