⌂ 237 km (147 miles) N of Durban # Mar–Oct: 6am–6pm daily; Nov–Feb: 5am– 7pm daily ∑kznwildlife.com
One of Africa’s leading wildlife sanctuaries, this unspoiled wilderness of rolling hills, subtropical forest, acacia woodland and palm-fringed rivers is world-renowned for its rhino conservation programme. The varied vegetation also supports an astonishing array of other animals, including large herds of nyala, impala, kudu, zebra and buffalo, as well as elephant, rhino, giraffe, lion, leopard, hyena and cheetah.
t A white rhino roaming the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi ...
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