Nselweni was built as a joint venture with members of the surrounding community and funded in part by the conservation levy one pays when visiting the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
The camp is situated among a stand of umThombothi trees and accessed before reaching Mpila Camp.
Hluhluwe Nselweni Bush Camp at a Glance
- 8 x two-bed units
- Outside braai
- Large group area
- Cleaning staff
- Self Catering
The view from the deck stretches down across the Black uMfolozi River where crocodiles and hippos can be spotted occur and as you sip your early morning coffee or gather for sundowners.
In the evening you can see a variety of animals make their way out of the surrounding bush to drink cautiously from the edge of the river.
Baboon seek the safety of the sheer krans downstream and on the opposite side of the River for their overnight repose.
Eight two-bed units, each with en-suite shower and toilet as well as own kitchen. Visitors must bring food for the meals they want and the drinks of their choice.
The water at Nselweni Bush Camp is temporarily not fit for drinking. Please bring your own drinking water.
Limited supplies of food and drink can be purchased at the shop at Mpila Camp which is a half hours' drive away.
This bush camp caters for a maximum of 16 guests, each in two-bed self-catering units.
A large group/booking of the entire camp will have use of the central conference/kitchen area.
uMfolozi is a malaria area so suitable precautions must be taken.