Tourist Attractions in Bayala, Zululand & Maputuland, KwaZulu-Natal

Tourist Attractions near Bayala, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Bayala Game Lodge

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Bayala, African Landscape

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Up close with Rambo

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The small village of Bayala is situated halfway between the Hluhluwe and the Mkuzi Game Reserves in Northern Kwazulu-Natal, and is located on the banks of the Msunduzi River. From the picturesque small village of Bayala you can travel to the Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park for your afternoon game drive. This would be one of the highlights of your stay and is a highly recommended local trip. The Hluhluwe Reserve lies in the valley of the Hluhluwe River and is an area of wide open spaces, changing landscapes, savanna, bush and mountains.

The Umfolozi Reserve is linked by a corridor with the White and Black Umfolozi rivers flowing through the park, which is acclaimed internationally for its conservation efforts. Besides the Big Five - rhino, elephant, leopard, lion and buffalo, there is an surprising variety of wildlife to ensure a fascinating encounter for the visitor. The Park is home to the largest population of the southern white rhino. The Bayala area offers Zulu crafts and culture as well as an abundance of birdlife.

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Road to Bayala Game Lodge

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The small village of Bayala is situated halfway between the Hluhluwe and the Mkuzi Game Reserves in Northern Kwazulu-Natal, and is located on the banks of the Msunduzi River. From the picturesque small village of Bayala you can travel to the Hluhluwe Umfolozi National Park for your afternoon game drive. This would be one of the highlights of your stay and is a highly recommended local trip. The Hluhluwe Reserve lies in the valley of the Hluhluwe River and is an area of wide open spaces, changing landscapes, savanna, bush and mountains.

The Umfolozi Reserve is linked by a corridor with the White and Black Umfolozi rivers flowing through the park, which is acclaimed internationally for its conservation efforts. Besides the Big Five - rhino, elephant, leopard, lion and buffalo, there is an surprising variety of wildlife to ensure a fascinating encounter for the visitor. The Park is home to the largest population of the southern white rhino. The Bayala area offers Zulu crafts and culture as well as an abundance of birdlife.