Places of entertainment


The largest natural reserve in Swaziland is with an area of 30,000-hectare, it is the home to lions, elephants and white rhinoceros, wild donkeys, impalas, deers and many other wild animals. The reserve also includes many rare wild birds, including but not limited to many species of wild eagles that build their nests and breed in the natural reserve. There is a network of roads inside the reserve for tourists to walk around watch animals.

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Is the oldest natural reserve in the Kingdom and run by a non-profit government fund, the reserve is located in the Ezulwini with an area of 4560 hectares. It is the most visited area in the Kingdom, the wildlife is abundant, and it is safe because it does not contain wild animals. In Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary there are many activities suitably designed for tourists such as mountaineering, hiking and camping.

Mkhaya Game Reserve

The park was opened in 1979 in order to save the endangered species of the Nguni Breed of Cattle, a species that is to be found only in Swaziland, it also includes many wild animals, such as black rhinoceros, black antelopes, sable saplings, white rhinoceros and elephants. The park is located in the southeast of the Kingdom. The park has a network of roads that allow the visitor to take a walk in the park and enjoy wildlife.

Mlawula Nature Reserve

Is located in the northeast of the country with an area of 16500 hectares. The park is well-known of having  many species of wild birds, and more than 350 species of rare birds and provides a good place for those who have bird watching hobby.

Hawane Nature Reserve

It was opened in 1978. The reserve includes many species of wild birds that are rare, It has a stunning and beautiful nature, it is always visited by bird watching enthusiasts, in addition, the rare Kniphofia umbrina plant grows in the natural reserve.

Malolotja Nature Reserve

Malolotja National Park covers 18,000 hectares (44,000 acres) of mountain wilderness on Swaziland's north western border with South Africa. The park includes Ngwenya Mountain, Swaziland's second highest mountain (1,829 m), and Malolotja Falls which drop 89 metres (292 ft), the highest in Swaziland. Malolotja National Park adjoins the Songimvelo Game Reserve in South Africa, and together they form the Songimvelo-Malolotja Transboundary Protected Area or Peace Park, which in turn is part of the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area.

Animals in the park include zebra, wildebeest, reedbuck, blesbok, red hartebeest, oribi, leopard, serval, aardwolf, jackal and bushpig. The Natal ghost frog, plaintive rain frog and the gray's stream frog are endemic to Swaziland, South Africa and Lesotho. In Swaziland they have only been found in Afromontane mist belt forest. In addition, it is home to many rare wild birds.