WildSpot Sightings

Red-billed hornbill seen in Manyeleti Game ReserveWarthog seen in Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park
Lion seen in Sabi Sands Game Reserve
Rhino seen in Addo National Park
Hippo seen at Lake St Lucia
Waterbuck seen in the Okavango Delta

This private game reserve was formed about 10 years ago along the borders of Greater St Lucia Wetland Park - one of Africa's most ecologically diverse regions. Farmland was restored back to its natural habitats and stocked with big game animals.


Seven different eco systems exist on the reserve including forest and coastal, and its variety renders it perfect for an escape of luxury and adventure. Conservation Corporation Africa has built four private lodges in the reserve, each in its own environment with differing qualities. This venture not only supports animals but also improves employment, education and health facilities in the local communities.

You can catch a glimpse of Zulu life, past and present by visiting a traditional cultural village aligned to the Phinda reserve.

In addition to vehicle game viewing where leopards are often seen?- is this true? , you can also go rhino tracking on foot in this reserve. There is also the opportunity to watch turtles laying their eggs on a remote beach and to dive amongst them on the coral reefs. Hippos inhabit the ancient waterways and canoeing past them can be quite a thrill. Even horse riding is an option here.

Rainy Season: This is a sub-tropical area which becomes hot and humid in the rainy summer months of October to March.
Dry Season: The dry season lasts over winter from April to September and the temperatures are very pleasant with warm days and cool nights.

· Rhino tracking on foot
· Canoeing past hippos
· Watching turtles lay their eggs
· Horse riding in game areas
· Snorkelling or diving on coral reefs
· Residing in one of four luxury lodges

This is a malarial area.
This is a private reserve for guests at one of the four CCAfrica lodges.


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