Hluhluwe Bush Camp is owned by Peter de Wit and Trienke Lodewijk, 2 “Dutchies” who moved to South Africa 20 years ago. After living in different places all around Africa, they decided to settle down in Hluhluwe.
“Miracle and wonder” – this is the meaning of “Isimangaliso”. It’s here you can experience endless beaches, coastal forests and the incredible oceanic diversity.
Hluhluwe Bush Camp overlooks the treasure trove that is False Bay Park in the Isimangaliso Wetland Park. Hluhluwe Bush Camp offers five self-catering glamping tents perfect for friends or families travelling together.
Isimangaliso Wetland Park is South Africa’s largest first natural World Heritage site. It stretches from the St. Lucia Estuary in the South up to the border of Mozambique, known also as the Elephant Coast. It protects 220 km of pristine coastline with a range of wild and magnificent beaches to enjoy.
Hluhluwe actively work with the community in protecting this area and encourage guests to participate in on-the-ground conservation activities with their partners in Sodwana Bay and Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park.