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The most amazing 2 Parks in a Single Day

R1530.00 p/p

Venture into Africa's oldest Game Reserve the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park and then into South Africa's very first World Heritage Site, iSimangaliso Wetland Park

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park (Half Day Safari)

Journey into the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park on a Half-Day Big 5 Safari in a Open Game Drive Safari Vehicle. This 96000-hectare reserve is home to the African Big 5, Cheetah and Wild Dogs to mention but just a few of the possible animal sightings that you may enjoy. Sit back while your experienced game ranger gets you to the best possible areas within the reserve.

Departure Times:

05:00 am from St Lucia

06:00 am Meet us at the Nylazi Gate (Imfolozi Park)

Included:

All Conservation Levies

Bush Breakfast & Refreshments

Duration:

6/7 Hours

What to Bring Along:

Light Jacket, Blankets are also available in the vehicles

Camera if Possible

iSimangaliso Wetland Park (Half Day Tour)

Once the Half-Day Big 5 Safari is completed we travel to St Lucia and access the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (Eastern Shores). This World Heritage Site is truly magical and offers a diverse and incredible Half-Day Tour. Hides, Loop Roads, Lookouts and Pristine Beaches as far as the eye can see. Snorkeling is available in a protected bay (weather dependent).

Entry Times:

Once you are back from the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park

We enter the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (Eastern Shores)

Included:

All Conservation Levies

Picnic Lunch & Refreshments

Duration:

3/4 Hours

What to Bring Along:

Bathing Suit, Beach Towel, Hat and Sunblock

Camera if Possible

 

This has to be the most magical and incredible game reserve in KwaZulu Natal. Meandering rivers, hilly topography, and magnificent wildlife. You truly are in for a treat. Hear the Elephants trumpeting in the distance, watch the predators early morning and hear the bush come alive. All of the rangers have years of experience in the respective reserves and will undoubtedly make sure that you have a superb Big 5 Safari.

This Park single-handedly also saved the Rhinos from near extinction in the '60s when less than 100 Rhinos roamed the Earth. Processes and Techniques discovered in the '60s are still being used around the world today.

2 parks hluhluwe & isimangaliso

In 1999 Unesco awarded this area World Heritage Status and is officially South Africa's very first world heritage site. This afternoon tour takes you on a journey to discover exactly why this park is just so splendid. Magical wildlife, pristine beaches and much more awaits you. You will travel towards Cape Vidal a protected bay and superb beach where you will enjoy a picnic lunch. Should the conditions be favourable enjoy some snorkeling.

The Eastern shores of iSimangaliso Wetland Park is also home to the African Big 3 (Buffalo, Leopard and Rhino, black and white). Sit back and enjoy this marvelous tour.

 

full day isimangaliso wetland park safari tour

heritage tours & safaris logoHeritage Tours & Safaris was established in 2003 and to date is the largest privately owned safari tour operator in the area. Travel with confidence knowing that your tour will be conducted in a professional manner. All vehicles have all the needed permits and concession permits to conduct tours in the area as per the tourism act.

All rangers have years of experience in their respective fields and will always try to exceed your expectations. We look forward to hosting you while in the area of KwaZulu Natal.

Booked a half-day safari and enjoyed thoroughly. The day began with a prompt 5.00 collection from our hotel. Our guide, Dumi, provided us with blankets against the early morning chill and the helpful service continued throughout the trip. He was knowledgeable and stopped whenever there was something interesting to see. His cheerful disposition also contributed to a very enjoyable experience.

What a lovely day! Dumi, our guide was knowledgable, kind and funny. He taught us a lot about the animals, the park and even some Zulu. The landscape is beautiful and to see rhino from just a few metres distance is fascinating. Breakfast and lunch was delicious.

My first time in South Africa (& St Lucia) but after the care and attention to detail from Dumi and his fellow guide it will hopefully not be my last. It was an early start but the most was made from the day, from Warthogs, Giraffes, Rhino Lions and an amazing variety of Antelope not to mention tortoise we saw it all in abundance! We had a gorgeous braai overlooking a valley with Vervet monkeys also. Dumi was an excellent guide with great knowledge and great patience with any questions! Thanks so much!

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