Hlane Royal National Park

Eswatini/Swaziland

Conservancy

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Accommodation

Affordable Accommodation is available in Ndlovu Camp and Bhubesi Camp. The camps are 16km apart, Ndlovu Camp being the heart of activity within the big game area, while Bhubesi Camp is a quiet self-catering camp outside the endangered species area.

Food

Ndlovu Camp’s large restaurant seats 100 people in the semi-open area, with a expansive deck and self-service bar. The restaurant is literally in the heart of Ndlovu Camp, overlooking a busy waterhole with resident hippo and frequented by many species. Wholesome meals are served to the serenade of birdsong by day and enhanced with lantern ambiance by night.

Ndlovu Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, with an assortment of light lunches to full meals accompanied by a small bar. All refridgeration is run on gas and solar, which limits ice stocks. The restaurant facilities are open to overnight guests, campers and day visitors

Shopping

Activities

Hlane is managed for the species inhabiting it, with both self-drive and limited access areas. The Lion are in a separate limited-access area, only accessible by guided game drives.

All activities are guided and depart from Ndlovu Camp, with exception of self-drive in select areas. Day Visitors are welcome to self-drive and picnic, visit the restaurant or take part in activities. Sunset and sunrise activities are not possible for guests staying at Bhubesi Camp, unless a full group booking and prearranged with Management to depart from Bhubesi Camp.

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Izele is supported by
Darwin Initiative Wildlands Hans Hoheisen Charitable Trust Critical Ecosystem Partnership fund

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