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Hlane Royal National Park

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Reviewed 2 days ago

We've done the slef drive and it was amazing. We saw I lot of animals, more than with the organized safari with rangers (with rangers it's good because you have explanation and see more difficults animals to see like lepards and cheetahs) but for big...More

Thank Bruno L
Reviewed 4 days ago

We stooped by here as a day visitors (R50 per person, free to wild card members) and we absolutely loved it. driving around we saw elephants and Rhino. At lunch we headed top the watering hole at the camp and there were hippos, elephant and...More

Thank KaylaWoodhouse
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is good to see the animals are wild but protected as much as they can be. A good set up with knowledgeable drivers. Well worth a visit.

Thank Alan C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at 11am, with 38 celsius... So not the best moment to spot animals... There is a lake with hippos, and some impalas, kudus, marabu birds... So nice spots there. Driving around the park is very short, the self drive is very limited so...More

Thank pulguitel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We probably went the wrong time of day 11AM to 3 PM when the animals must have been sleeping or hiding. The map they give you at the entrance is noot very useful with different names, distances indicated are way off. At no place during...More

Thank foredeckchick
Reviewed 30 September 2017

This was our second visit to the park. First time we were there, we stayed at the main camp in a small cabana. We saw a lot of large wild animals. This time we went to the Bhubesi rest camp in the endangered species area...More

2  Thank SunnyW358
Reviewed 14 September 2017

This is the crown jewel of the national parks in Swaziland and well worth a visit. The park has three fenced areas: for Lions, Rhinos (fenced off to prevent poaching), and everything else. While you are allowed to drive your car within the park, you...More

2  Thank Pankaj K
Reviewed 25 August 2017

We slept in one of the few cottages in het park near the waterhole where the rhino's, hippo's, elephants and other game came drinking and bathing. Early morning en late afternoon we did the game drives and especially the lions section was impressive where we...More

Thank dhuster
Reviewed 22 August 2017

Paths are not easy for city cars. We managed to do some of them but it was not a pleasure. It seems that there are no animals. We saw a rhino close to the main camp (it shoul be here everytime). It is may be...More

Thank 2_Tripavisors
Reviewed 14 August 2017

This game reserve is really well run and well worth a few days visit. One can spend a whole morning watching animals drinking at the water hole which near to the restaurant..The rondawel huts were adequate and very neat .Small paraffin lamps are provided by...More

1  Thank Olga L
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16 March 2017|
Response from Kyle L |
Yes you can. Not sure of the fees. Bit you will see much more in Kruger then Hlane
1 May 2015|
Response from Hashingbaby |
yes you can, and it is fenced off.