On an Imfolozi Game Reserve holiday, guests can enjoy game viewing on foot, by boat and on game drives. The guided 2 / 3 night Wilderness Trails are fully catered.
With its huge diversity of wildlife, landscapes and scenery, Imfolozi Game Reserve activities include spectacular Big Five safaris, guided wilderness and walking trails, game drives and boat excursions.
The Imfolozi section of this game reserve in South Africa has 3 self-guided foot trails at Emoyeni, Mpila, Enkulu and Masinda Ncane. Guide books are available to help visitors interpret the many points of interest along these trails whilst on an Imfolozi Game Reserve holiday.
These self-guided routes are designed for the convenience of visitors who wish to discover the secrets of the bushveld from the seclusion of their own vehicle.
Open vehicle night and day drives provide unique opportunities for viewing wildlife. A knowledgeable guide is at hand to answer questions. Booking is at reception.
Short day walks of approximately 2 hours are conducted from Mpila in Imfolozi and Hilltop Camp in Hluhluwe Game Reserve, under the supervision of an experienced field ranger. These walks may be booked at reception in both camps.
Several sites with ablution and barbecue facilities are situated throughout Imfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Available from the mid-March to mid-December, Wilderness Trails in Imfolozi offer an memorable bush experience. The trail is a 3-day hike into the heart of the 30 000 hectare Wilderness area.
The first and last nights are spent at Mndindini Trails Camp overlooking the White Imfolozi River, while the second and third nights are spent in a tented camp deep in the Wilderness area. Participants are accompanied by an experienced game ranger through this unspoilt terrain. All food is included in the tariff.
Weekend Wilderness Trails run from mid-March to mid-December, beginning at 1:30pm on Friday afternoons and ending on Sunday afternoons. All food is included in the tariff. With 2 nights spent at a tented camp in the bush, these trails are ideal for those unable to find time for the full wilderness trail. Weekend trails are great value for money as they cost half the price of the traditional trail.