Half Day Hluhluwe Umfolozi Safari

Half Day Hluhluwe Umfolozi Safari

R 875.00 per person

Half Day Hluhluwe Umfolozi Safari Information

Key Highlights

  • Safari into Africa's oldest proclaimed game reserve
  • African Big 5 Reserve, Cheetah and Wild Dogs
  • Undoubtedly the best way to relax and enjoy a Safari

Overview

Included on the Half Day Safari:

  • Conservation Levy
  • Breakfast, Refreshments
  • All safaris are conducted in Open Game Drive Safari Vehicles with all permits and insurances
  • Each ranger has years experience in the reserve and he or she will undoubtedly make your safari a memorable one.

Safari Description

This shorter safari offers one a feel of this magnificent game reserve. With its rolling hills, open Savannah grasslands it remains an incredibly scenic reserve and with its incredible history its sure to be an incredible day for a Safari. With 96000 hectares to explore we travel within the oldest proclaimed game reserve in Africa. The reserve world re-known for its conservation of Black and White Rhino just to imagine less than 120 years ago less than 100 Rhino’s existed world wide. Today the reserve boasts hundreds of Black Rhino’s and of the largest population of White Rhino’s in the world.

 

Itinerary & Schedule

Safari Schedule

Its a early start, should you be overnighting in the town of St Lucia then we will pick you up at 5:00 and transfer you to the game reserve free of charge. Alternatively we will meet you at the game reserve gate at 6:00. Your personal guide for the day will give you a introduction to the reserve the animal species that are found within the reserve and the intended area that you will be travelling too.

  • 6:00am

Climb aboard our luxurious Open Game Drive Vehicle and you are off to go in-search of the Big 5, Cheetah and Wild Dog to name but just a few of the incredible species found within the reserve.

  • 8:00 am

Breakfast and piping hot Coffee

  • 12:00

We start heading back to the gate   With memory cards full and friendship’s built we drop you off at the gate or transfer you back to St Lucia.

What to bring along:

  1. Binoculars if possible
  2. Camera with spare batteries if possible
  3. Memory cards
  4. Light jacket or pull over

Wildlife

Animal species found within the reserve:

1,500 white rhino and 360 black rhino, buffalo, elephant, lion and leopard, blue wildebeest, zebra, giraffe waterbuck, nyala, kudu, bushbuck, warthog, cheetah, hyena and 23,000 impala and 300 species of birds have been recorded.

R 875.00 per person

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Customer Reviews

Brilliant

Particularly our guide David was very knowledgeable and also told us a lot about Zulu and South African culture and history how certain trees and plants are closely connected to Zulu traditions. The ability of the guides to spot even the smallest animal while driving, such as a small red legged spider or a dung beetle, is remarkable.

A Fabulous Experience A Must Do 

Great locations -Breathtaking landscapes and superb wildlife viewing -Great value -Friendly and experienced guides -Tasty food -Well organised with every activity run on time I would HIGHLY recommend Heritage Day Tours and Safaris!!!

Wonderful Half Day Safari

We booked a half day safari with Heritage Tours & Safaris. The guide, David, came to pick us up at hour hotel at 5 in the morning. It was amazing! David was a wonderful guide, very professional and he spotted all the wildlife, which was incredible. He also gave a lot of information for each animal we saw. We were lucky and were only with the two of us, so it was more a 'private tour'. The breakfast was also very nice and enough choice. We saw zebras, a giraffe, wildebeest, buffalo's and elephant. Perfect safari! Thank you David for making this such a memorable experience!!!

Good To Know

Rangers

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Qualified, Passionate and Knowledgeable these Rangers will undoubtedly offer you a superior service while out on Safari. Not only have the rangers years of experience in this reserve but they truly understand how the wildlife move from area to area, where the hot spots are and most importantly keeping you safe while in the bush.

These men and woman have dedicated their lives to wildlife and this is evident in their reviews. In becoming a ranger one first has to qualify and then train inhouse with a operator sometimes for years before they are allowed to offer these safaris themselves. It is a long and arduous journey however for those who are dedicated to what it is that they initially set out to accomplish it is more than rewarding. To be amongst the wildlife each day is more than a privilege its a blessing.  

Our rangers have so many stories and incredible information we truly hope that you too are inspired.  

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