Boost your mood and beat the blues, put on your hiking boots and bring along your binoculars to reconnect with nature as Tourism KZN encourages visitors to take a leap and travel to the unspoilt heart of KwaZulu-Natal and experience its travel offerings.
One of only two private game reserves in the region, Mkuze Falls offers thrilling experiences – morning and afternoon game drives and bird walks followed by an array of mouth-watering treats and the joys of luxurious scented oils and hot stones to massage away stresses and strains. The sound and beauty of water falling seeps into your soul.
For bird-lovers, Mkuze Falls and its wetlands have sight of more than 430 species of birds. The reserve is home to the Fish Eagle, Giant Kingfisher, Narina Trogon and the spectacular Purple-crested Lourie.
Abundant species of antelope are also resident in the reserve and the mysterious Nyala is seen here.
Mathew Tucker, General Manager at Mkuze Falls Private Game Reserve said, “We were delighted to host the MEC Dube-Ncube and Tourism KZN at the lodge and to have shown our beautiful game reserve.
“We have had 80% occupancy rate throughout October and looking forward to hosting more tourists over the festive season.”
“Mkuze Falls is a beautiful private five-star game reserve. I loved the tent chalet made especially for outdoor stays.”
For further information on accommodation packages and tour experiences please visit the website http://www.mkuzefalls.com/.
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