Ndumo Chalets
Ndumo Game Reserve is perhaps best known for its magnificent birdlife with the highest bird count in South Africa, some 430 species.

Ndumo Game Reserve is situated along KwaZulu-Natal’s far northern border with Mozambique near the Tembe Elephant Park. The Usuthu River forms its northern boundary and the Pongola River flows through to its confluence with Usuthu.

Abundant birdlife at Ndumo includes rarities such as Pell's Fishing Owl, the Broadbill, and Southern-banded Snake Eagle, plus a range of aquatic birdlife such as Black Egret, Pygmy Geese and flocks of Pelicans.

Ndumo is also home to game such as nyala, bushbuck, impala, red duiker, suni, black and white rhino, hippopotamus and a very large population of crocodiles.

Ndumo Game Reserve is a most rewarding area to view wildlife with its wetlands and pans, thick bush and savannah and extensive forests. A real adventure!
 
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This resort consists of 7 comfortable two-bedded chalets situated in a parkland setting under spreading Marula trees.
Eeach has a verandah in the front and an air-conditioning unit inside.
Each chalet is also equipped with a table, chairs, microwave and a refrigerator.
Bedding, cutlery and crockery are provided.
There is a well-equipped communal kitchen and self-catering facilities are available.
A resort cook provides excellent meals from the food provided by guests.
A sparkling swimming pool provides coolness in the heat.
The chalets have spectacular easterly views across the Pongolo River floodplain.
Visitors may drive through certain areas of the reserve in their own vehicles.
Join a guided vehicle safari to exclusive areas including some of the pristine pans.
Take a day walk or two, or a specialist birding walk led by guides.
ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation (with communal ablution block)  
7 x 2 bed chalets
8 campsites (plug points)
Ndumo Game Reserve
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