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Bonamanzi Game Park

 

Bonamanzi Game Park      Bird Watching    Accommodation    Directions Benefits of staying outside the Hluhluwe Umfolozi Park

 

Bonamanzi Game Park, a Natural Heritage site, is one of the largest private wildlife and birding parks in Zululand. With over 4000 hectares of pristine bush to explore, each day is different whether you are sighting rare African birds, tracking elephants or joining in with the Zulu dancers around the campfire.

 

Bonamanzi is a Zulu name which means: “Look! Water!” Take advantage of water-based activities like a bird cruise down the Hluhluwe River and see flamingo, pelican, hippos and crocodiles at the adjoining World Heritage site of Lake St Lucia.

 

Bonamanzi is situated in the heart of Hluhluwe. A mere 20 minute drive to the west lies the great Hluhluwe Umfolozi Park, site of the White and Black Rhino salvation project, Africa's premier conservation success story