Rivalling Kruger National Park in its beauty and variety of landscapes, Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park is one of South Africa’s best-known, most evocative parks. Indeed, some say it’s better than Kruger for its accessibility – it covers 960 sq km (around a 20th of the size of Kruger) and there’s plenty of wildlife including lions, elephants, rhinos (black and white), leopards, giraffes, buffaloes and African wild dogs.
Stunning Hluhluwe-iMfolozi has a mountainous landscape providing jaw-dropping views in all directions. The lack of thick vegetation in parts of the park, such as the drive from Memorial gate to Hilltop Camp, makes for excellent wildlife spotting. You are almost certain to see white rhinos here.