Hluhluwe Bush Camp is a guest house with self catering option, providing accommodation in Hluhluwe for tourists visiting the Zululand region.
About Hluhluwe Bush Camp
Hluhluwe Bush Camp is a privately owned farm with luxury glamping tents, overlooking False Bay Park, one of the 11 World Heritage Isimangaliso Wetland Parks, and completely surrounded by pineapple fields and bush. Enjoy tranquillity whilst sitting on the deck viewing your neighbours Nyala, Reedbuck and Duikers.
Camping, for some people, conjures up images of trudging to the shower block in the dark, or heating a can of beans over an open fire, our Luxury Lodge at Hluhluwe Bush Camp will make them think again. It has all the comforts of home and comes with its kitchen and bathroom, or two.
Its simple design belies the luxury within, with room for proper beds in separated bedrooms, and a stylish, well-equipped kitchen and dining area. A spacious veranda, where you can enjoy the great outdoors, a quiet moment with a book or a coffee, completes the look. Its perfect for couples, a family holiday, or a breakaway with friends.
Guests can make use if the pool with sun loungers overlooking False Bay Park. There is a jungle gym and swing for kids, a climbing wall, free Wi-Fi and secure parking.
Free Wi-Fi Swimming Pool Farmstall On Site Parking
The Farmstall is the number one shop for fresh, homemade produces like filled sandwiches, Dutch crispy fries with mayo, pineapple juice, coffee/cappuccino, mint, ginger and lemongrass tea, homemade soup, lettuce and vegetables, breakfast and bbq packages and all your first need products like salt, pepper, toilet paper, bbq wood, firelighters, matches, wine, beer, water and ice cream.
Besides all the homemade products do we also have the option for custom made packages like braai, breakfast and lunch packages. The only thing you have to do is to inform us and we will make sure it is ready for you whenever you would like it to be.
Just a five minute drive from the Camp is the entrance to False Bay Park. With its beautiful lake and marked walking and mountain bike trails in one of the few sandy coastal forest left False Bay Park is like a forgotten jewel.
Just a twenty five minute drive from the Camp, visitors will be spoiled with a true bush experience in the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. A wild, hilly park, known for its rich wildlife and incredible rhino conservation efforts
The stunning white beaches of Sodwana Bay and St Lucia are only one hour drive from the Camp.