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The only real place to stop in the camp . Expect rest rooms a gas station a shop with disinterested staff and limited supplies . There is a resturant and a bar again staff not really interested in being there a service borders on non...More
My group of travelers have returned to Hluhluwe year after year. We have stayed in the "bush camps" where we cooked our own food, and we have enjoyed staying at Hilltop Camp, where there are more comforts and amenities. The game drives NEVER disappoint, although...More
We stayed here after spending three days at the more basic Mpila camp in the same park. The pace is well run and it was nice to have a restaurant after having to cook all the meals at the Mpila camp. The food was good...More
Family did the bookings for us so I am not sure how efficient that was but we were very happy with our stay here. We were in a two bedroomed cottage and found it to be very comfortable and adequately supplied. They are well placed...More
We love getting away to the game parks (often) and particularly enjoying staying at Hilltop Camp. We normally stay in the rondawels with shared ablutions. The rooms are really comfortable (they have beds, a small fridge, a kettle and cups and coffee/tea). The ablutions are...More
Yes the restaurant is open to everyone, however of you are not staying at Hilltop then you need to stick to the parks hour's. There is also a little shop where you can buy some food items in the lobby. Other places are the... More
Yes the restaurant is open to everyone, however of you are not staying at Hilltop then you need to stick to the parks hour's. There is also a little shop where you can buy some food items in the lobby. Other places are the take away at Centenary centre and also another little shop at Mpile Camp