Hluhluwe is a town in northern KwaZulu -Natal, South Africa. It lies (formerly Greater St Lucia Wetland Park ) between the iSimangaliso Wetland Park and the Hluhluwe- Umfolozi Park. The name is Zulu and refers to the thorny climbers - umHluhluwe called - which grew in large quantities by the river. Hluhluwe 2011 had 3,830 inhabitants. In the catchment area of the city, there are animal husbandry, also timber, sugarcane and pineapples are grown. Up to 95 percent of the South African pineapple production come from the area.
The area north of the Tugela extends to the southern Lebombobergen, belonged to the home of the Zulu warriors. You can learn a lot about the place in the cultural history of the people whose cultural heritage is still respected and revered. It is possible, dances or the traditional construction of beehives watch.
In Hluhluwe various boat trips, for example, mokoro trips and Kayaksafaris on the St. Lucia Lake. Thus, for hippos, crocodiles, birds and other animals.
There are many bridle paths. Also for hiking the area is suitable.