Events Index Swaziland adventure expedition 21 to 24 September
Start Date: 21 September 2019, 10:00
End Date: 24 September 2019, 10:00
Venue: Samaria Game reserve


Come and experience the Swazi Highlands and the lowveld on this trip in the mountains

We will meet in Barberton @ 09h00 on Saturday 21 September, and travel from there to Hlane nature reserve in the Swazi low lands. We will spend 2 nights camping in this reserve, and exploring the reserve on day drives.

The we pack up and travel via some interesting back routes to the Malolotja Nature Reserve in the Swazi high lands, where we say for a further 2 days, camping out for the Monday night.  From here we can go to places like the famous glass factory, Candle factory and House on fire.

We will return home on Tuesday the 24th of September, being back in Gauteng by around 18h00.

This is a camping trip, it is trailer friendly, and you should not need to carry extra fuel.

For more information please RSVP or contact 

 We have place for 20 people at R850pp this cover accommodation. (12 spots to go)

 NB:  Please don’t make any payment till we sent you an invoice for payment with the new banking info.

Some background info on the venues:

Hlane Royal National Park was proclaimed as a National Park in 1967, following Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary (1961), under instruction of King Sobhuza ll. "Hlane" is the siSwati name for 'wilderness'. Hlane is an affordable lowveld destination with exciting species lists including impressive ancient hardwood habitats, big game and rich birdlife.

This 22,000 ha park, once the region’s rich hunting grounds, still boasts the largest herds of game in the Kingdom with speciality species being lion, elephant, vultures and marabou stork. 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.

Malolotja Nature Reserve is one of the most impressive mountain parks in Southern Africa. The spectacular scenery and the variety of fauna and flora makes it a prime highveld conservation area. It is the last unspoilt mountain wilderness left in Swaziland.

The reserve extends over an area of 18 000 hectares in north-west Swaziland, making it the largest proclaimed protected area in the Kingdom.

The range in altitude from the top of Ngwenya Mountain, Swaziland's second highest mountain (1829m), to the deep Nkomati River Valley (640m) accounts both for the mild temperate climate and great variety of habitats; from short grassland, to thick riverine scrub, bushveld and moist Afro-montane forest.

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