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b Inn Area kosi


Kosi Bay, near the Mozambique border in the north, has a system of four lakes that run parallel to the sea for 18km. For those with a 4×4 visit the Kosi river mouth for a beach experience bar none.

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b Inn Area sodwana


Rated as one of the ten best diving sites in the world, Sodwana offers something for the more adventuresome. Activities such as diving, snorkelling, quad biking and horse riding can be arranged. In season, turtle watching at night is also available. Sodwana is about an hour and a half’s drive from Mkuze if you need […]

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b Inn Area tembe


Before being proclaimed as a Park in 1981, elephants roamed freely in this area. Tembe offers a Big 5 experience and is accessible by tar road but you need a 4×4 to drive in the park or one can arrange for game drives. The Ndumu Game Reserve is one of the most interesting and most […]

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b Inn Area stlucia

ST LUCIA & The iSimangaliso Wetland Park

Kosi Bay, near the Mozambique border in the north, has a system of four lakes that run parallel to the sea for 18km.  For those with a 4×4 visit the iSimangaliso Wetland Park which was listed for its outstanding natural values as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in December 1999. These natural values are […]

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b Inn Area bordercave


Border cave has been occupied by humans, virtually continuously, for about 190 000 years and is one of only a few archaeological sites in the world with a complete stratigraphic record. More than a million artefacts have been excavated from the site including the Lebombo Bone, dated to 35,000 BC making it the oldest known […]

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b Inn Area muzipans


Muzi Pan is a 15km stretch of water within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park forming a natural boundary between the park and the KwaJobe tribal land. The southern end of the pan borders Mkuze Game Reserve. Both shores of the pan boast a wide variety of bird species (The possibility to add a Pel’s Fishing Owl […]

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b Inn Area hluhluwe


The oldest game park in Africa (along with nearby St Lucia), this reserve was proclaimed to prevent the white rhino from becoming extinct. Eighty species of mammal (including the big five) and in excess of 300 species of birds are supported in this 96,000HA reserve. Apart from the Hluhluwe Game Reserve, pay a visit to […]

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Lake Jozini lies in a dramatic setting at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains and is one of South Africa’s largest dams. There are several exquisite gorges abound with cycads as well a wide variety of birds. On the western side of the dam one might have the privilege of seeing the likes of elephant, […]

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The reserve harbours an astonishing diversity of habitats ranging from the eastern slopes of the Lebombo Mountains to stretches of rolling acacia savannah, swamps, woodlands and riverine forest. Wildlife includes black and white rhino, elephant, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, buffalo and a multitude of plains game. Lion were reintroduced to the park in 2013 making it a […]

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