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Hilltop Camp was breathtakingly beautiful. We roughed it by staying in the basic rondavel (a round traditional hut with thatched roof), which have shared toilet and kitchen facilities. The room had beds, sink and mirror, table and chairs, closet space and fridge and of course...More
Hilltop Camp as its name suggests is right on top of a hill with fabulous views of Hluhluwe. Camp though is misleading because we stayed in a 2 bedroom chalet which was more than adequate for my family of 4. The breakfast spread was great...More
We spent two weeks at Hluhluwe's Hilltop Camp. The animal experiences were fantastic and we were able to get good video of a nursing rhino, families of elephants and we had the special treat on our last day of seeing up close a mixed herd...More
The accommodation was spacious and comfortable with adequate facilities. There was no view from the unit due to high vegetation. The restaurant and lounge areas were good, with good service. Wifi only available in communal areas.
The negative points were poor maintenance service as two...More
On Saturday 20 May I visited Hluhluwe-iMfolozi game reserve along with my family. Having visited the restaurant at Hilltop Camp (resort?) on a previous occasion, the highlight of the day was to be lunch at the restaurant. In particular, I was going to once again...More
Response from TimBrownTours | Reviewed this property |
I have not stayed at Mtwazi since renovations. If you want a lovely private bush experience I would try Muntulu bush camp or Munyaweni bush camp. It is near Hilltop camp but if you have a group it is really nice... More
I have not stayed at Mtwazi since renovations. If you want a lovely private bush experience I would try Muntulu bush camp or Munyaweni bush camp. It is near Hilltop camp but if you have a group it is really nice with water frontage and no fences so you really are in nature.
You also pay a flat rate which may work out cheaper than Mtwazi but you will have to cook your own meals instead of eating at Hilltop.
Hope this helps.