A refuge for many endangered species, Mkhaya Game Reserve is located in the southeast of Swaziland. Established in 1979 with a purpose to save the pure Nguni breed of cattle, the focus of this nature reserve has expanded over the years to include several other endangered species like the black rhino, white rhino, tsessebe, elephant, roan and sable antelope and many other local species. With travel within the park on foot or by the Big Game Parks' open land rovers, unique and intimate encounters with Mkhaya's wildlife are almost guaranteed.
This heart of the lowveld comprising of riverine forest at stone camp provides a comfortable and real magnificent African bush experience. Crisscrossed by dry riverbeds which are dotted with waterholes alongside a network of intertwined wildlife viewing roads, a trip into the Mkhaya Game Reserve is a soul enriching and quality experience which will remembered and cherished lifelong.