Stay at Imfolozi Game Reserve
Imfolozi Game Reserve accommodation in KwaZulu-Natal is well equipped and serviced, overlooking the wilderness and providing an authentic African experience.
Imfolozi Game Reserve accommodation consists of various self-catering units, tented camps and luxury safari lodges. Some camps have their own cook, who can prepare an array of delicious meals, and a resident field guide. All the Imfolozi accommodation is well equipped and located in tranquil surroundings. Limited supplies of food and drink can be purchased at the shop at Mpila Camp.
Mpila offers central Imfolozi Game Reserve accommodation with magnificent views of the Wilderness area. Curios, cool drinks, camera film and petrol can be purchased from the Mpila Camp Shop, but there are no provisions or restaurant facilities provided. Please note that Mpila is powered by a generator, which runs daily between 07h00 and 22h00 only.
Mpila consists of twelve 2 bed self-catering en-suite chalets with kitchenettes (equipped with a stove, fridge, crockery and utensils) and a lovely wooden deck on the front. Each chalets also has a veranda, is electrified and has braai facilities available. These self contained units have 2 beds but additional pull out beds (suitable for children) can be requested.
Safari Tented Camp
The safari tented camp at Mpila consists of thirteen 2-bedded and two 4 bedded units, each with a en-suite bathroom. An optional third bedroom is also available on request. Each unit has a veranda and is electrified. A fully equipped kitchen and dining area is connected to each tent by a wooden boardwalk. Braai facilities are available. The Tents are self-catering and are serviced daily.
Mpila Camp also has 2 self-contained 3-bedroomed cottages sleeping 7 people each. A cook is on hand to prepare food supplied by guests.
For smaller groups, there are also 6 self-catering chalets sleeping 5 in each. These comprise of 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and a lounge/ dining room.
Mpila Camp Accommodation Overview
- 2x Seven-bed self-contained cottages (3 bedrooms,bathroom and shower,lounge, dining room and kitchen)
- 6x Five-bed self-contained chalets (2 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen and barbeque area)
- 12x Two-bed chalets (1 bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette)
- 12x Two-bed safari camp (en-suite bathroom and kitchen and dining area connected via a board walk)
- 2x Four-bed safari camp (en-suite bathroom and kitchen and dining area connected via a board walk)
This luxury and secluded Imfolozi Game Reserve lodge in KwaZulu-Natal can accommodate 8 people in 3 en-suite bedrooms with the lounge offering a TV and DSTV. Masinda lodge is fully self-contained and there is a cook and an assistant in attendance to prepare the food guests bring and service the lodge.
Gqoyeni Bush Lodge
This 8-bed bush lodge offers great game viewing opportunities and is elevated on a peninsula overlooking the confluence of the Black Imfolozi River and Gqoyeni Stream. There are 4x Two-bed units, all with en-suite shower and toilet, linked by wooden walkways to a central living area. A cook is available to prepare food supplied by guests, and a field ranger conducts walks into the surrounding bushveld.
Hlatikulu Bush Lodge
The lodge in the heart of the reserve, is set on a terrace overlooking the Black Imfolozi River. Resident White Rhino and Hippo can be viewed from the deck as they emerge from the bush to drink at the river. This eight-bed lodge consists of 4x Two-bed units each with an en-suite bathroom, linked by wooden walkways to a central living area. A cook is available to prepare food supplied by guests, and a field ranger conducts walks into areas seldom seen by other visitors.
Nselweni Bush Lodge
This rustic but very comfortable Imfolozi accommodation is offered at Nselweni Bush camp, which is located on the banks of the Black Imfolozi River. This bush camp comprises of 8x Two-bed self-catering chalets, each with a shower, toilet and kitchen. There is a communal lounge equipped with 20 seater chairs, DSTV and couches. Please note that this lodge is powered by solar energy.
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