On this seven-day luxury South Africa vacation, visit the country’s oldest game reserve before unwinding on the Elephant Coast’s serene beaches. You can experience morning and evening game drives on safari, see amazing animals and birdlife in the reserve, and take part in a narrated walk with the “Rhino Whisperer.” You’ll stroll along vast, deserted beaches while taking a few days off on the lovely Elephant Coast after your safari excursions. Hluhluwe is Africa’s first officially declared nature reserve. Located 280 kilometers (170 miles) north of Durban in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, it covers 960 km2 (96,000 hectares) of rugged terrain and is renowned for its abundant wildlife and conservation efforts.
Elephant Coast is a well-known safari location renowned for providing travelers with distinctive and life-changing travel experiences because of its extraordinary ecosystems and diversified natural environments. Its breathtaking wilderness areas provide an extraordinary combination of top-notch options for bird watching and game observation. The name of this breathtaking natural area was inspired by the area in South Africa with the highest number of elephants, whose migration patterns begin here. Here is all you need to know before visiting the Elephant Coast in South Africa.
When you arrive in Johannesburg, you’ll board a domestic flight to Richard’s Bay, where you’ll meet a Dav safaris representative. Who will transport you to your Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park luxury safari lodge lodging? You’ll be given a cool beverage and a quick tour of the lodge before being brought to your opulent lodging. Rest in your room and, if you have time, embark on your first safari. After you get back to the resort, savor a great dinner.
Enjoy game rides in open 4×4 vehicles as scheduled (morning and evening). The oldest game reserve in Southern Africa, Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park is home to the big five as well as other creatures like cheetahs, wild dogs, and nyalas. With 340 different bird species living there, the park is a top spot for bird watching. You can take a guided walk in the big five territory or other conservation areas between gravies with your safari guide. To discover more about the Zulu people and their way of life, you can choose to participate in an optional activity that involves cultural trips to the nearby Mpembeni community.
After breakfast, you will be taken to the Elephant Coast from Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park. This is a very lovely spot with calm coves, swimming and snorkeling reefs, thick coastal forests, breathtaking freshwater lakes, golden sand dunes, and an unending stretch of unspoiled beach. You can partake in nearby excursions or adventurous pursuits throughout the course of the following few days, or you can choose to unwind and take in the peace and quiet of this spotless, sandy beach. If early morning kayaking doesn’t appeal to you, you may enjoy sundowners on the beaches of Lake Sibaya later in the day. You may choose to join an early morning guided kayaking tour at Lake Sibaya (Southern Africa’s freshwater lake), where you’re likely to spot hippos and crocodiles. You will get the chance to take part in a turtle-hatching safari if you go during the summer (October to March) and watch as hundreds of young leatherback and loggerhead turtles crawl from the sand beaches to the water’s edge.
For your domestic trip to Johannesburg, our representative will transfer you to the small airport at Richard’s Bay. You then take a further international flight back to your home country.
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