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The road to the park is under construction so it was very bumpy. We were also told that the left side of the park is only for 4x4. This left us with limited hike options.
We drove for over an hour trying to find the...More
OK, so the other national parks that we visited were in South Africa and they were the stay in your vehicle, sleep in a fenced compound, don't get squished by an elephant or mauled by a lion sort of places. We drove around looking for...More
The wildlife reserve is very large and covers a large range of altitudes. To get to some of the more remote areas you will need four wheel drive.
The main park, however, is accessible to all vehicles. There is plenty of wildlife to be seen,...More
I absolutely loved Mlilwane. The history of how the park began is so magical it almost doesn't seem real - but it is! The mini exhibition showing the early days of animals being rescued and taken to sanctuary, and the beaten up old jeep that...More
Yes, it’s kinda nice wandering about for a while amongst the blesbok, wildebees and kudu, but if “conservation” was really on the menu here there would be some evidence that they are trying to eradicate the total overgrowth of Australian weeds like Lantana and Eucalyptus,...More
However as teh safari is done by foot ,you can directly try to approach animals ,the is sometimes complicated , nyalas could me more agressive than oher's such as corcodiles ,the herbs are high and be aware of snakes you could'nt see them . But...More