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Hluhluwe-Imfolozi & Emdoneni Wild Cat Project Tour1 Reviews
Spend a day in the wild on this day tour from Durban. Visit Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve ad spot the Big 5 with your guide. Then learn about big cats and their conservation at the Emdoneni Wild Cat Project.
- Look for the Big 5 in Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve
- Visit the Emdoneni Wild Cat Project and learn about endangered species
- Learn about white rhino conservation
DescriptionThe tour departs from Durban heading up the coast to northern KwaZulu-Natal. You will arrive at the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi gate 2.5 hours after departing from Durban. Your experienced guide will show you around the park in search of the diverse wildlife and Big 5. Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve is set in the heart of Zululand where Africa’s Big 5 (lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhinoceros) roam the flourishing savannah. Established in 1895 this is the oldest park in South Africa and is 98 000 hectares. This tour is in a closed vehicle. The Park contains an immense diversity of fauna and flora and is characterized by hilly topography. The list of animals at the park is long and diverse. Hluhluwe, the northern section of the park, is noted for its wide variety of both bird and animal life. Imfolozi Game Reserve is situated in the southern section of the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park. Today, the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park is world renowned for its White Rhino conservation and its Centenary Capture Centre is setting exceptional standards for animal capture and sustainable utilization in Africa. Your guide will stop for lunch at Hilltop Camp (at own expense) giving you time to refuel and relax. The restaurant is situated at the top of the hill and gives visitors the chance to enjoy the scenery of the camp and surrounding areas. After lunch you will continue with your safari before leaving the park on route to Emdoneni Wild Cat Sanctuary. Emdoneni Cat Project offers a guided tour about South Africa’s endangered wild cat species. The aim of the Emdoneni Cat Project is to care for cheetahs, serval cats, African wildcats and caracal (lynx), that have been orphaned or injured in the wild and need care and rehabilitation. During the guided tour to the cat project, visitors can see some of these South Africa’s endangered cat species. After the tour, start the two hours journey back to Durban for drop-off.
IncludesPick-up and drop-off from Durban in an air-conditioned vehicle Qualified tour guide Closed vehicle game drive All entrance fees
- • All ages are welcome on this tour • German and Polish languages can be requested when booking
- If you are a wheelchair user, please inform the local partner prior to the start of the tour