Hlane Royal National Park

Hlane National Park, Swaziland



Hlane which means “wild” is the largest protected territory of Swaziland and with its neighboring parks, is known as Lubombo Conservancy. Hlane covers 30,000 hectares and is home to lions, elephants, white rhinos, leopards, giraffes, hippos, crocodiles … and many bird species. The park has a restcamp, Ndovu, offering simple and authentic thatched-roof bush chalets. Restaurant. Terrace overlooking the water point for the observation of animals.


Activities in the park: safaris pedestrian, mountain bike or 4×4 accompanied by angler and tracker anglophone.