Mountainbike tour with guide through the Hlane Royal National Park

General information

What could be more spectacular than looking for wild animals on a mountain bike through the bush? This two-hour tour takes you on flat roads in particular and is therefore easy to do for almost everyone. Along the way, the guide will point out special trees, plants and of course animals! Rhino, hippo, elephant, kudu, giraffe, zebra and a variety of antelopes live in this park. The tour leaves in the early morning when it is not too hot.


From€ 28
Half day
Daily, based on availability
Not included
Not included
Eswatini (Swaziland)
Hlane Royal National Park gate
Hlane Royal National Park gate
From 13 years
  • 2-hour mountain bike tour with guide
  • Water
  • Personal expenses and fees
  • Meals and drinks not included
Day Program -

Nice and active in the outdoors and also seeing wild animals! This mountain bike trail is a fun activity during your stay in the Hlane Royal National Park or elsewhere in Swaziland. An experienced Swazi guide will cycle with you to point out interesting trees, shrubs and of course wildlife. In the park live among other things: white rhinos, elephants, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes, zebras, nyalas, ostriches, kudus, ibex and wildebeest. You can also see beautiful birds along the way.

This mountain bike tour through the African bush takes about 2 hours and you really don’t have to be in top condition to participate. The largest part of the route is on flat paths and you drive at a leisurely pace. Water is taken along for the journey. Don’t forget to protect yourself against the sun!

This mountain bike tour is offered in the (early) morning when the sun is not yet too warm (departure time depending on the weather, ask us for the exact start time when booking). The minimum age for the trip is 13 years. You can book this excursion in combination with other travel options from us

You can book this excursion in combination with other travel options from our total travel offer.




p.o.a. = Price on request