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WILDLIFE AND NATURE SAFARI PARADISE

WILDLIFE AND NATURE

SAFARI PARADISE

KwaZulu-Natal – South Africa

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THE VILLAGE OF HLUHLUWE, NEAR THE BANKS OF THE RIVER THAT SHARES ITS NAME, IS THE GATEWAY TO THE 96 000-HECTARE HLUHLUWE-IMFOLOZI PARK. ITS FOREST, MOUNTAIN AND SAVANNAH LANDSCAPES HOUSE THE BIG FIVE, NOT TO MENTION WILDEBEEST, CHEETAH, HYENA, GIRAFFE AND BRILLIANT BIRDLIFE.

While the lakes inland are reserved for crocodiles and hippos, the sea welcomes those who want to fish, canoe, surf, bodyboard, snorkel and dive. After all, accessing the unspoilt beaches of Sodwana Bay, Cape Vidal and St Lucia from Hluhluwe is easy.

Visitors may also like to find out more about the Emdoneni Rehabilitation Project that protects threatened African cats.

The iSimangaliso Wetland Park has no shortage of ecosystems which naturally support prolific wildlife and vegetation. Wetlands and a pristine coastline complete with coral reefs are complemented by grasslands, swamps, woodlands and lakes filled with pelicans and flamingos. The smaller beauties include 500 bird, 100 butterfly and 35 frog species in contrast with sizeable elephant, buffalo, leopard, giraffe, tsessebe, hippos and crocodiles that all live amongst 2 000 species of flowering plants and indigenous trees. The coastline and lakes of course lend themselves to various water activities, including viewing marine wildlife from forested dunes.

THE VILLAGE OF HLUHLUWE, NEAR THE BANKS OF THE RIVER THAT SHARES ITS NAME, IS THE GATEWAY TO THE 96 000-HECTARE HLUHLUWE-IMFOLOZI PARK. ITS FOREST, MOUNTAIN AND SAVANNAH LANDSCAPES HOUSE THE BIG FIVE, NOT TO MENTION WILDEBEEST, CHEETAH, HYENA, GIRAFFE AND BRILLIANT BIRDLIFE.

While the lakes inland are reserved for crocodiles and hippos, the sea welcomes those who want to fish, canoe, surf, bodyboard, snorkel and dive. After all, accessing the unspoilt beaches of Sodwana Bay, Cape Vidal and St Lucia from Hluhluwe is easy.

Visitors may also like to find out more about the Emdoneni Rehabilitation Project that protects threatened African cats.

The iSimangaliso Wetland Park has no shortage of ecosystems which naturally support prolific wildlife and vegetation. Wetlands and a pristine coastline complete with coral reefs are complemented by grasslands, swamps, woodlands and lakes filled with pelicans and flamingos. The smaller beauties include 500 bird, 100 butterfly and 35 frog species in contrast with sizeable elephant, buffalo, leopard, giraffe, tsessebe, hippos and crocodiles that all live amongst 2 000 species of flowering plants and indigenous trees. The coastline and lakes of course lend themselves to various water activities, including viewing marine wildlife from forested dunes.

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