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We attended a wedding in KZN and did not have time in our trip to attend Kruger, so opted for Hilltop after a family friend recommended it. We spent two nights at Hluluwe, in a self-catering chalet. The accommodations were lovely and clean and we...More
We are regular visitors to Kruger Park and Marakele Game reserve but hadn't visited Hluhluwe before. We spent three nights at Hiltop camp and were pleasantly surprised by the facilities. We booked one of the self-catering rondawels and found everything we needed in the unit....More
Location of the resort is unbeatable, so are views from the hill the place is situated. It takes 30 minutes by mostly dirt road to get from the park gate what gives you a chance to spot wildlife driving your own vehicle. Meals are fine,...More
We spent nice time at Hilltop looking for Rhinos (we saw a lot ...). The chalets were good with nice views from the terrace. The food was average and it was nice having lunch outside. There is a good big shop with handicrafts and other...More
We spent a single night at Hilltop Camp in a rondavel before moving elsewhere in the park. The value-for-money offered by the rondavels is amazing. I'm not someone who particularly likes communal bathroom facilities - but they're good. Nothing wrong with them. The rooms 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