CORAL DIVERS SODWANA BAY
Sodwana Bay offers some of the best reef diving in Southern Africa. One of the original lodge and dive charter operations in Sodwana Bay, Coral Divers has been family run and owned for over 25 years. The hotel is within the Isimangaliso Wetland Park and has an onsite restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool. The area is very well known for hiking, fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving. The property is surrounding by pristine bush and is set in a World Heritage Site.
ELEPHANT LAKE LODGE
The hotel offers 56 spacious rooms, all en-suite, air-conditioned and with a private balcony or patio. Facilities include a sparkling pool, comfy lounge and equipped bar area – there’s also an estuary viewing deck, large garden and an inviting restaurant to enjoy. The restaurant provides service over all meal times, and the estuary viewing deck is the perfect venue to enjoy a sundowner while observing regular garden visits from a favourite aquatic resident – the hippo.
Jacana Lodge is an upmarket, fully serviced bush lodge, situated near Hluhluwe in Kuleni Game Park: 170 hectares of indigenous sand forest. Jacana consists of three stylish self-catering lodges in pristine sand forest. The main lodge overlooks a waterhole and wetland. Spot giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, kudu, nyala and abundant bird life from the deck. Each Lodge includes air-conditioning, a well equipped kitchen, outdoor shower and viewing deck.
Mpila Camp is located in the southern sector of the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park in what was the uMfolozi Game Reserve, before the Hluhluwe and uMfolozi Game Reserves were joined, by the proclamation and inclusion of the Corridor to make the Park some 93,000 ha in extent. Mpila Camp is the second largest camp in the Hluhluwe iMfolozi Park after Hilltop Camp, which is in the Hluhluwe sector. Mpila Camp is strictly a self-catering venue with no restaurant and limited food and drink available from the Mpila camp shop. Built on a hill, with panoramic views over the bushveld, Mpila is well situated for those wishing to visit the uMfolozi part of the Game Reserve which includes the very popular Sontuli Loop on the uMfolozi River.