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The Wilds Guest House

The Wilds Guest House is situated in Hluhluwe KwaZulu-Natal in the heart of Zululand. The best way to describe our rooms is modern rustic luxury with almost all the comforts of home. Secure parking and a swimming pool are but a few mentionable features our guests can expect. The Wilds Guest House is a mere 15 min drive from the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa: Hluhluwe-Imfolozi. We are also just 10 min drive from Lake St Lucia which is the largest estuarine lake in Southern Africa.

The Wilds Guest House

Rooms

Business or Pleasure

Relaxation is only one click away!

Whether you are on business or on safari you can take comfort in our spacious rooms and if the weather gets a bit too much our pool is always there!

“Awesome Service and very well located, close to Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve.”

Nico Grobbelaar

Delicious

Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day they say! Try our full English breakfast with a splash of local to start your day!

"Awesome place! Will definitely see us again!"

Su-Marie Kemp

"The Wilds Guest House is perfectly located! - So close to Hluhluwe-Imfolozi!."

Andre Kruger

Nearby

Activities

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve - 17km

Hluhluwe–Imfolozi Park, formerly Hluhluwe–Umfolozi Game Reserve, is the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. It consists of 960 km² (96,000 ha) of hilly topography and is known for its rich wildlife and conservation efforts. The park is the only state-run park in KwaZulu-Natal where each of the big five game animals can be found. Due to conservation efforts, the park in 2008 had the largest population of white rhino in the world.

Sodwana Bay - 95km

World class diving - Classified as one of the top dive sites in the world, the park is visited by some 35 000 scuba divers per year. The 50 km reef complex is the habitat of a wide diversity of resident and migratory species. Several submarine canyons cut into the edge of the continental shelf, which is very close to the shoreline. It was in one of these that on 27 November 2000 that a resident population of coelacanths was discovered.

False Bay | Lake St Lucia - 12 km

Lake St Lucia is an estuarine lake system. It is the largest estuarine lake in Southern Africa, covering an area of approximately 350 km 2, and falls within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (a World Heritage Site). St Lucia Lake harbors rich fauna, including crocodiles, hippopotami, various birds, and invertebrates.