One of the largest game parks in South Africa, the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park is renowned for its wide variety of bird and animal life. Besides the ‘big five’- elephant, lion, leopard. buffalo and rhino – elusive cheetah, wild dog and nyala along with many other well-known bushveld species, inhabit the park, offering visitors an excellent game viewing experience. The park covers 96,000 hectares, and comprises three reserves: Hluhluwe, Umfolozi – two of Africa’s oldest game reserves, both founded in 1895 – and the linking Corridor Reserve, proclaimed in 1989.
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