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Hluhluwe River Lodge

The Lodge

Commanding a fantastic view of False Bay ( southern reach of Lake St Lucia ) the main lodge incorporates a dining room, bar and a lounge area. The reception leads out onto and expansive terrace and grassed courtyard with a 180 degree access to all of the facilities and a superb view.

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Hluhluwe River Lodge

Call us on +27 (35) 562 0246 to speak to our reception or mail us on for an immediate response on availability and bookings.

GPS Coordinates
LAT: 28o 1’39.81″ S
LONG: 32o 20’56.68″E


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Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park is 97 000 hectares in extent and consists of two distinct areas namely northern Hluhluwe section and the southern iMfolozi section. To fully appreciate the whole area one would need a a full day to explore the Park. This can either be done as a self drive ( in your own vehicle without a guide ) or with a professional Safari operator in an open game viewing vehicle

Mountain Bike Trails

The area offers excellent mountain biking trails literally from the doorstep of your chalet. We recommend a ride to False Bay Park which is a 2300 hectare reserve hugging the western shoreline of Lake St Lucia, and forms part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.

Outings & Hikes

If the weather is good ( which is most days ) a trip to the beaches either at Sodwana Bay or Cape Vidal is highly reccomended. Sodwana is a scuba divers paradise, great for swimming, snorkeling and offshore game fishing whilst Cape Vidal is a swimming, snorkeling and beach walking paradise. The road to Cape Vidal passes through the Eastern Shores Coastal reserve.


The Hluhluwe area with it’s variety of habitat, game reserve’s, forests and lake’s offers the birdwatcher an opportunity to see a variety of birds during a stay over at Hluhluwe River Lodge. The best time for birding is the summer period from October to end March. The winter months from April through September are also an excellent time for birding, windless and warm days with no humidity are ideal for walking and exploring trails in the area.