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Mkhaya Endangered Species

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Main Road, Mbabane H100, Swaziland
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AMAZING .....superb and highly recommended

2 nights in Mkhaya ......best time .....great game drives , excellent guide named Africa , saw... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2016
devi338
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sunshine coast
Walking with Big 5 game

Amazing reserve. Experienced rangers Taking you meters from Big 5 game. Accommodation is very... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Barry T
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Mbabane
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Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. Join us on a great adventure! The Mkhaya Endangered Species outing includes spending a full day in an open Landrover watching black rhino, elephant, buffalo, tsesebe, giraffe and much more. Enjoy a waterhole refreshment stop and a venison lunch in an exclusive bush camp.
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“stone cottage” (2 reviews)
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Main Road, Mbabane H100, Swaziland
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Reviewed 22 November 2016

2 nights in Mkhaya ......best time .....great game drives , excellent guide named Africa , saw several black rhino .aswell as white rhino,etc ...food was delicious and staff went beyond their call of duty ...highly recommended , loved our "flintstones" style open air stone cottage....I...More

Thank devi338
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Amazing reserve. Experienced rangers Taking you meters from Big 5 game. Accommodation is very comfortable and food is incredible. Rangers are very knowledgable and teach you from the smallest animals to the biggest. A must do for anyone visiting Swaziland.

Thank Barry T
Reviewed 14 October 2016

Had I been told the facilities we were to stay in here by our travel agent before booking would not of dreamt of going. The camp is open and the rooms are all open to the elements and animals to me very scarey especially in...More

Thank Dorothy929
Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

I had a weekend to spare from work and booked myself into Mkhaya for 1 night, 1000-1600hrs. The rustic charm of the welcome and the Accomodation is refreshing, but remember to bring a torch and be prepared for no electric, no phone connection and sleeping...More

Thank Gary P
Reviewed 20 December 2015

Had a wonderful experience of the "full day tour". We had a great guide, saw a great variety of animals including some amazing up close encounters with rhinos, giraffes, and others. We also enjoyed the lunch at Stone Camp which was included in the tour...More

1  Thank cooperlynx
Reviewed 1 October 2015

I went to Mkhaya twice. Once as an ecovolunteer, a second as a guest fror my birthday (the same date as Swaziland's) The accomodation has every imaginable amenity for a reasonable price. Driving or walking safaris are cutomized for the guests interest. I really enjoyed...More

1  Thank Chrysser
Reviewed 31 May 2015

We stayed in a beehive open hut - a great experience. Had to be up early both days as we wanted to be on the 6.15am safari trips. Ladies come to wake you up with coffee. The guides and waiting staff were wonderful. I am...More

3  Thank StellaCaroline
Reviewed 15 January 2015

Great for wildlife as they get you VERY up close and personal to the animals. The game reserve itself is very basic and the food is not to western taste at all. Otherwise, great place! May be different now as I visited a few years...More

1  Thank Jaydubbleyou
Reviewed 14 December 2014

We saw everything we had come for Rhino, hippo, giraffe, zebra and were in an open land rover, when we saw a tortoise moving relatively quickly. Ah the guide said when the tortoise moves like that we will have rain. We did that is life....More

1  Thank td2traveller
Reviewed 9 November 2014

we spent 24 hours and was a great time. 3 car games and one game walk. The game walk was very impressive, we had to lie on the ground as some rhino went into our direction. We were looking to each other during 5 Min....More

2  Thank gerboise2014
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Dexter H
18 January 2016|
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Response from Chrysser | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Mkhaya has a high end lodge. This park's emphasis is on rhino conservation. They also have a rare sable antelope herd. Big Game Parks also runs Milwane Wildlife Reserve and Hllane in Swaziland. Go to their web site... More
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