Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Description of accommodation:

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary: An Outdoor Lovers’ Paradise. Mlilwane is the Kingdom’s most popular Eco-tourism destination with 24-hour gate access. Enjoy nature on horseback, mountain bikes, hiking trails and open 4X4 and self-drive tours. Hippo, Crocodile, Black Eagle, Nyala and Warthog sightings, alongside birding, are among the wildlife viewing highlights. The Hippo Haunt Restaurant & Bar features Sibhaca dance entertainment, picnic areas and a swimming pool. Catered and self-catered options include our beehive villages, ideal for groups, conference attendees and individuals wanting to experience true Swazi accommodation. Sondzela Backpackers Lodge offers quality budget accommodation ideal for the adventurer. Conference facilities and team-building options are available, and the outside function area, Inkhundla, is ideal for private functions.

Description of Surroundings:

Mliwane Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Ezulwini Valley – The Tourism Mecca of Swaziland. The scenic Ezulwini Valley (Valley of Heaven) is the Kingdom of Swaziland’s main tourist area, where excellent hotels and restaurants are to be found, together with craft outlets, golfing and other activities including a fantastic, centrally located shopping centre. Ezulwini Valley boasts magnificent sub-tropical scenery, with the famous Sheba’s Breasts twin peaks and Execution Rock overlooking the valley.

Shops within the valley have a wide selection of quality clothing, souvenirs, crafts as well as a wealth of reading materials. You will also find fine continental food of international standard in the various restaurants as well as a range of diverse activities ranging from hiking, Mountain biking, caving, Game drive, White-water rafting as well as nightclubs, casinos and a challenging international standard 18 hole golf course with superb views of the valley. Along the road towards Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is ELudzidzini, the residence of the Queen Mother.This is where King Mswati III summons his subjects and it is also home to the sacred Incwala and colorful Umhlanga ceremonies.

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