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Mkuze Game Reserve

mkuze game reserve

Mkuze Game Reserve is situated approximately 120km north of St Lucia, and is also part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park ( World Heritage Site ), proclaimed  by Unesco in 1999. This birders paradise is said to have more than 400 species that may be viewed during the year. Its a wildlife paradise without the husle and bustle of the larger game reserve’s within South Africa. 40 000 hectares makes this Game Reserve large in size yet easy to navigate, Mkuze Game Reserve offers the Big 4 and with some incredible hides situated within the borders of the reserve one can sit and enjoy the magnificent views. The Mkuze river runs through the reserve and along its banks Nile crocodiles and Hippo’s may be seen as well at the various pans in the Mkuze Game Reserve.

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The safari packages include Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve, iSimangaliso Wetland Park and of course Mkuze Game Reserve. The packages are all inclusive and include the highlights one may see and explore while in the Zululand area. Heritage Tours & Safaris conducts various safari excursions and offer a wide variety of safari packages, for more information click here while in St Lucia.

Mkuze Game Reserve is a true gem and should you be a Birder this is definitely one not to be missed.

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Back in 1999 Quentin & Mandy Muir traveled to St Lucia on vacation, on the first day of arriving in the area it was decided to move to this magnificent part of South Africa. The beauty, wildlife and Ocean had made its mark.The couple entered into a partnership and purchased a lodge in the center of St Lucia the first world heritage site within the borders of South Africa. Heritage Tours & Safaris ultimately prevailed over the lodge and since has grown in leaps and bounds.