Mkuzi game reserve is situated in northern Zululand, approximately 335km from Durban along the main north coast road. The reserve was established on 15 February 1912, and covers approximately 40 000ha. More than 380 bird species have been recorded at Mkuzi, including fish eagles, kingfishers and a host of ducks and waders. The bird-watching hide at Nsumo pan is a highlight of the reserve. On game-viewing drives and guided walks through a wide variety of habitats, you may see rhino, giraffe, zebra, kudu and impala. Accommodation includes cottages, bungalows and huts, as well as caravan/camping sites.
To get there from the south, take the Mkuzi turn off 35km north of Hluhluwe after turning off the N2, onto a gravel road. About 15km further on there will be another signposted road that leads through the Lebombo mountains, with the entrance to the reserve about 10km along this road. The route is clearly signposted.
Coming from the north you must travel to Mkuze village, which is 18km from the entrance gate and 28km from Mantuma Camp. The road is well signposted.
Tel: (035) 5739003/1
Fax: (035) 5730080