In Northern KwaZulu Natal, on the banks of the Mkuze River, is the Amazulu Game Reserve. This discrete reserve is 100km2 in size and supports a remarkable array of wildlife and habitats.
The landscape shifts from open savannah plains to forested mountains and wetlands. The area is remarkably beautiful and the reserve is diverse enough in habitat and wildlife to entertain visitors for a few days.
The AmaZulu Reserve houses all members of the Big Five and offers impressive sightings. However, when it comes to KwaZulu Natal safari destinations, the real prize is in the less obvious highlights. Exploring the incredibly varied habitats and landscapes, or enjoying the exhaustive range of unique wildlife activities will make your safari at AmaZulu just as memorable as any lion sighting or elephant encounter.