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MKUZI GAME RESERVE
along the main North Coast Road, Mkuzi Game Reserve was established in
1912 and covers an area of approximately 33000ha. Game viewing is
excellent in the park but it is especially known for its prolific bird
life. Two viewing hides have been erected along the Nsumo Pan for visitors
to watch the more than 400 species of bird - best during the summer
months. A wide variety of activities are available for visitors,
including; game drives, guided walks and a traditional Zulu Cultural
Village which will take you back in time to the life and experiences of
these African people.
Cultural Village: Tours, ethnic dancing shows, a crocodile pool,
snake pit and aviary are all available at this interesting village and
is sure to take you back in time.
Lodge: A cheetah breeding Station where you may view these
beautiful animals and their offspring by appointment only.
Bay Park: It offers various activities but also has a fossil
display as one of its main attractions.
Wildlife Art Gallery: Pick up some fine wildlife prints by various
Weavers: Experience the soul of Africa and its people through
their handcrafts. Lots to do and see!!
game watching and bird watching in the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi
Nyala Game Lodge: Set
in the shadow of the Lebombo Mountains, this Lodge offers Clay pigeon
shooting, horse riding, boat cruises and game drives.
Tree Lodge: Horse
trails, guided walks, bird and game watching is available at this
secluded little paradise.
Bay Park: Fishing,
walking trails, bird watching and picnic spots all available in the
Game Park: Horse trails, boat trips, game drives and guided walks
are available to keep you entertained during your holiday.