Mkuze is a small evergreen town located close to one of the most notable towns, Hluhluwe in the KwaZulu-Natal Province.
It was named after the Mkuze River that flows parallel to the town. The Ghost Mountain overlooks the town creating a spectacular backdrop and the scenery alone makes you want to stay in the town forever. The Ghost Mountain is popular for housing a number of previous Zulu Chiefs’ tombs as well as its dramatic shape of an old woman’s head.
In Mkuze, wildlife is abundant and it is a great place to discover different animals especially the impala that is seen all the time. The Mkuze Game Reserve is the best place to discover this together with other parks nearby. The vegetation also adds to the charm as the acacia savanna, woodlands and riverine forests are stretched across the town.
Accommodation in Mkuze is widely available and it is the perfect base to start exploring the town. Mkuze accommodation offers a host of safari lodges, homely bed and breakfasts chalets and a hotel where you will experience the best Mkuze hospitality.