Accommodation near iSimangaliso Wetlands Park

Isimangaliso Wetland Park is located on the east coast in KwaZulu Natal, 275 kilometres north of Durban. It spans across 230 kilometres of awe- inspiring coastline, from the boarder of Mozambique to Maphelane, south of the Lake St Lucia estuary. This park is the 3rd largest protected area in South Africa and is made up of 16 different conservation areas which constitute South Africa's first ever World Heritage Site.

Isimangaliso consists of 3 major lakes, swamp forests, South Africa's largest estuarine system, coastal dunes that are over 25 000 years old and 1000's of fauna and flora species. It is the only place in the world where the rhinoceros, elephant, whale and the Coelacanth share the same space.

Lake St Lucia, which lies within the park, is Africa's largest estuary at 80 kilometres long and 23 kilometres wide at its broadest point. It is home to a staggering number of hippos and crocodiles as well as a number of aquatic species. It is also host to large flocks of duck, flamingos, pelicans and waders.

Sodwana Bay is best known for the discovery of the Coelacanth ('the living fossil') in the year 2000. It is also home to beautiful coral reefs that support over 1200 species of colourful fish.

Maphelane is home to the Maphelane Dune: the highest vegetated dune in the whole of Isimangaliso Wetland Park at 183 metres high. Maphelane offers 2 self-guided trails for adventurers. One that tracks the edge of the estuary, and another that provides exquisite views of the ocean and river mouth at the top of the dunes.

Umkhuze is where one can take a guided walk through the popular Sycamore Fig Forest or visit the much talked about Nsumo Pan. It is a bird lover's paradise, supporting over 420 bird species that share their habitat with the giraffe, hyena, wild dog, rhino, elephant, cheetah and a variety of antelope.

Last but not least, False Bay is home to the ancient sand forest and Kosi Bay is the only place where all of South Africa's mangrove species and the only group of naturally occurring raffia palms occur.

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Nibela Lodge
7.8 km

From R950 pps


Nibela Lodge situated in one of Africa's World Heritage Sites, with a unique diversity of scenery, fauna and flora forming part of the iSimangaliso (Greater St Lucia) Wetlands Park. Nibela Lodge bl... More Info

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Dinizulu Cottage
14.8 km

From R300 pps

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Dinizulu Cottage is our family holiday home situated on 50 acres near False Bay, 13km from Hluhluwe town. The house consists of 2 self catering units. From the house we have a view over the lake. ... More Info

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Wildebees Ecolodge
14.9 km

From R75 pps


Set in a lush tropical garden, Wildebees ecolodge offers cottage accommodation and a lagoon-style pool, framed by palm shrubs. The lodge is decorated in rustic style, and is built in a natural enviro... More Info

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Falaza Game Park
15.1 km

From R900 pps

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Falaza is situated in the primordial sand forests of Zululand, near the town of Hluhluwe. This little piece of paradise provides an idyllic escape into a world where guests can re-establish a connecti... More Info

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Sand Forest Lodge Hluhluwe
15.7 km

From R400 pps

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Sand Forest Lodge is situated in the heart of Zululand a unique safari destination and is in close proximity to the Hluhluwe/iMfolozi Game Reserve, Mkuze Game Reserve, St Lucia National Heritage Wetl... More Info

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umThiba Bush Lodge
17.1 km

From R750 pps


umThiba is a private lodge set in the heart of Kuleni Game Park, a natural sand forest adjacent to Phinda game reserve, in close proximity to St Lucia World Heritage site. This comfortable lodge... More Info

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Toad Tree Lodge
17.9 km

From R570 pps


We are in a private game reserve offering one and three bedroom lodges. All are fully equipped and serviced daily. All lodges have satellite TV We have an extensive network of walking trails with a wi... More Info

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Thornwood
18.3 km

From R1500 pps

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Thornwood is situated on the private game park of Kuleni, which is home to four different ecosystems: sand forest, grasslands, wetland and thorn scrub. A unique blend of luxury timber frame units, ... More Info

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Chumbi Bush House
18.8 km

From R2500* unit


Chumbi Bush House is a secluded house set within a private nature reserve, with bush as far as the eye can see. It is in easy drive proximity to St Lucia World Heritage site, Sodwana Bay and Hluhluwe ... More Info

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Qabula Safari Lodge
19.4 km

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From R880 pps

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Welcome to the newest lodge collection in Zululand, providing you with various options to stay in this magical place we call home. With two different lodges and bush camps to choose from we cater for ... More Info

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Hluhluwe
We love Hluhluwe, especially Hluhluwe/Imfolozi game reserve, one of the best places for to get away to..
- christy Joubert

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We had a great day in the Hluhluwe Game Reserve which was awesome.
- Janet Tocknell

Hluhluwe
The game park is truly beautiful and you are guaranteed to see at least 3 of the big 5. Lots to do and just 3 hours from Durban!
- Debbie Reynolds

Hluhluwe
A beautiful place to visit. Especially if you enjoy the heat and the odd friendly croc! We'll be back.
- Mrs Rowley

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Lovely destination!
- Marilyn De Lange