The Falaza Game Park and Spa is a privately owned getaway that promises excellent facilities, world-class service and unrivalled natural beauty. It is only three hours from Durban and its international airport, and approximately an hour from Richards Bay. This accessibility, as well as the rich abundance of South African fauna and flora, makes for a memorable experience for singles, couples, families or corporate guests.
Falaza offers luxury tented accommodation and is situated near St Lucia (an official World Heritage Site) and Sodwana Bay (home to an array of exquisite corals). In addition, it is within a short drive from the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve. This reserve is popular for its Big Five (Lions, Leopards, Buffaloes, Elephants and Rhinos) as well as its many other intriguing residents that share this natural habitat.
The Falaza Game Park has a private swimming pool in which to rejuvenate during a summer's day. Alternatively, dine or simply relax in the bar, lounge or outdoor boma. Guests are welcome to indulge in some indoor lazing, or to revel in their outdoor experience. Falaza Game Reserve and Spa is about rest, relaxation and savouring the unrivalled beauty of KwaZulu Natal.
The accommodation at Falaza Game Park and Spa comprises tented facilities for a real African feel, despite the luxurious extras that set it apart. There are 15 tents, each accommodating two adults.
Each tent is non-smoking and is equipped with twin beds, an en-suite bathroom (five of the tents have both a shower and a bath, while the remaining 10 have only a shower), dressing room, private deck, fan, hairdryer and tea- and coffee station.
Meals may be enjoyed in the dining room, which is warm and inviting. However, guests may also savour the sumptuous eats in the boma, which is a traditional place of meeting in Africa, or in the conference lapa. These venues allow guests to enjoy their meals in the heart of the African bushveld, under the high black skies that glitter with a myriad stars.
Each of these venues has a private bar and is ideal for functions, including wedding receptions and conferences.
Corporate guests will be very glad to know of the brand new conference facilities available at Falaza. This Conference Centre is modern, stylish and equipped to meet the needs of the most seasoned delegate. Each delegate seat has its own separate Internet access to ensure that delegates do not need to negotiate on the quality of their work or presentations during the course of their launch, seminar, training or teambuilding initiative.
Falaza Game Park and Spa is home to a wide variety of some of Africa's wildest residents. As such, game drives or walks are most rewarding. In fact, this area can be explored in a number of different ways:
Guests weary from the buzz of city living and the stresses that accompany everyday life are invited to indulge themselves at the Falaza Spa, where trained therapists are committed to eradicating the strains and pressures of the outside world.
The spa is situated within the heart of the bush, surrounded by the smells and sounds of Africa. Specialised treatments are designed for both men and women. All treatments are preceded by a soothing foot cleanse using a traditional Zulu method called izinyawo, which means "foot gift". This involves a basin of warm water infused with juniper, blue mountain sage and tangerine. After this warm soak and cleanse, feet are dressed with a foot mask that cools and revitalises them.
The Falaza Game Park and Spa is situated on the Elephant Coast of KwaZulu Natal. It shares a border with St Lucia and is within driving distance of Hluhluwe Game Reserve (30 minutes to the Memorial Gate), Durban (three hours), Johannesburg (five hours) and Richards Bay (one hour).
Daily scheduled flights from Johannesburg International Airport to Richards Bay Airport by SA Express Airlines and soon direct flights from Johannesburg International Airport to Hluhluwe are to be introduced. Private and chartered aircraft can land at the grass strip at Hluhluwe village.
The co-ordinates are:
S 28 degrees, 01 minutes
E 32 degrees 17 minutes.
Take the N2 to Ermelo, Piet Retief and Pongola , then take the Hluhluwe turn- off and turn left.
Take the N2 up to the coast approximately 300 km, then take the Hluhluwe turn-off and turn right over the N2 Then travel through Hluhluwe village until you reach a stop street , then turn left. Approximately 2km further on, turn right over the railway line onto the False Bay Road.
Travel approximately 8km and turn right at the Falaza game Park/ False Bay sign. Travel for 4km and at the t-junction turn right onto the D540 dirt road for 1.7 km. Falaza Game park entrance gate is on the right