|Mliliwane Wildlife Sanctuary|
Mliliwane Wildlife Sanctuary is set in a beautiful location in a bowel underneath the Nyonyane Mountains. The park's campsite has Zulu beehive huts, traditional grass dome-shaped huts arranged in semi-circles and enclosed by Swazi kraal fencing, with warthogs and ostriches roaming freely around. There are no cats in Mliliwane so it's the ideal place for a walking or cycling safari, to spot giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala and nyala amidst some stunning scenery.
|Hlane Royal National Park|
Hlane Royal National Park is home to the Swazi king's former hunting grounds. Game drives or walking safaris will allow you to spot species such as white rhino or elephant. The park also has a waterhole to watch rhinos and other species come to drink at sunset.
|Malolotja National Park|
Malolotja National Park is set amongst green hills and mountain scenery, making it an ideal spot for walking and trekking safaris. The Nkomati River flows through the park through a series of gorges, rapids and falls. Although more renowned for its natural scenery and flora than its wildlife, Malolotja contains over 280 bird species, including the bald ibis, blue swallow and various eagles, as well as several antelope species such as blesbok and mountain reed buck.
|Mkhaya Game Reserve|
Mkhaya Game Reserve was established in 1979 to help save the pure Nguni breed of cattle from extinction. Self-financed with a very effective anti-poaching program, it has been expanded to include other endangered species such as black and white rhino, roan and sable antelope and tsessebe. Game drives or walking safaris with qualified rangers will allow you to see some of these species.
Travel to Wildlife Parks of Swaziland
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