Game Reserve And Bush Lodge Accommodation in Hluhluwe
Ezulwini Game Lodge - Self Catering Bush Lodge Accommodation in Hluhluwe
Ezulwini Lodge is situated in the indigenous Coastal Sandforest area directly bordering the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park and a rich variety of bird and animal life are offered to visitors through game drives, at day or night, in open 4x4 vehicles.
Comfortable overnight facilities are available at Ezulwini Lodge, and there are choices between either one of seven self-catering units detailed under the Rates section below. Breakfast and dinner are being served in a central kitchen-lapa.
The facilities at Ezulwini Lodge are of highstanding quality, and we can assure you of a pleasant stay, here in the heart of all tourist activities.
A variety of other interesting pastime activities are being offered in the area such as:
A 2 hour boat trip on the Msinene River with a rich riverbank life, where amongst other wild life, crocodiles, water birds and other game can be seen from the boat. The Msinene River also debouch into the St. Lucia Lake and plays a sustainable role in the maintenance or this world renowned ecological system, which is now proclaimed as a world heritage site.
Dumazulu is offering traditional Zulu dances, culture, traditional and a Reptile Park.
Untouched wildlife can further be seen at the famous Hluhluwe/Umfolozi Nature Reserve in either open game drive vehicles or a boat ride on the Hluhluwe River.
St Lucia Lake offers excellent horse riding, hiking, fishing, boating and cycling.
St. Lucia offers boat charters for deep sea fishing, whale watching and river cruises on the lake. Excellent restaurants, grocery shops and curio shops are also available. (Bookings can be made at the office.)
Above mentioned outings can be undertaken either by yourself, or by Ezulwini Lodge if so requested.
Guests can enjoy an unrivalled ethnic experience by staying in DumaZulu Lodge
which consists of ethnic units resembling the different tribes of Southern
Africa on the exterior while the interior is modern and tastefully decorated in
Umziki is the Zulu name for the common Reedbuck which occur on this 80ha
Natural Heritage Site (no.67) The property has been awarded this prestigious
status due to the presence of pristine sand forest habitat and associated