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is located in the Hluhluwe Imfolozi Reserve
in the Elephant Coast
region of Natal
in South Africa
Hluhluwe, pronounced "shesh-luwi", is a very substantial 1000 square kilometre national reserve which covers a range of habitats including mountain forest, sub-tropical riverine palm forest and modest open savanna. It contains a full range of wildlife, notably including wild-dogs and southern wide-lipped rhinos.
Situated on an impressive elevated location in the extreme north of the reserve and with extensive views, Hilltop Camp is a park-operated facility, the oldest in the region.
The camp contains accommodation for almost 200 guests in a range of catered and self-catering chalets and rondavels. There is a restaurant, a waterhole hide and a small shop offers basic food and drink supplies.