Mlilwane Rest Camp Eswatini Swaziland
Mlilwane Rest Camp Restaurant
Mlilwane Rest Camp Rondavel
Mlilwane Rest Camp Buffet
Mlilwane Rest Camp Main Building
Mlilwane Rest Camp Bar
Mlilwane Rest Camp Pool
Mlilwane Rest Camp Six Sleeper Exterior
Mlilwane Rest Camp Rondavel Kitchenette
Mlilwane Rest Camp Beehive
Mlilwane Rest Camp Campsite
Mlilwane Rest Camp Landscape
Rooms
53
Campsites
20

Mlilwane Rest Camp is nestled in the southern corner of the reserve, amidst a mature rehabilitated area. Tall indigenous trees, all grown from seed, now tower over the camp, overlooking an artificially created wetland system, home to hippopotamus, crocodile, and a variety of water birds, including occasional visits from fish eagles. The camp is unfenced yet relatively safe, as only smaller species of wildlife inhabit the sanctuary. It offers a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere with a steady stream of animals such as impala, warthog, nyala, and even ostriches, walking between the facilities, quietly tolerant of human presence.

The camp features a semi-circle of 8 rustic rest camp huts around the central rest camp area, each consisting of a single room with an En-suite bathroom. The first six are wooden and thatched huts, while the last two are Swazi-style grass beehives.

Two beehive villages replicate traditional Swazi homesteads with grass dome-shaped huts arranged in semi-circles, central log fires, and seating areas, all semi-enclosed by traditional Swazi kraal fencing. The huts are simple and sparsely furnished, containing beds, a small table, bedside light, and fan. Some are En-suite with their own bathrooms attached.

Mlilwane Campsite offers a variety of camping experiences with 20 campsites situated in a Eucalyptus forest, each featuring private braai facilities, water, and electrical points. Additionally, there are 10 campsites nestled in an indigenous forest, equipped with nearby water points but no power. All campsites share a large, central ablution block.

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Mlilwane Rest Camp is nestled in the southern corner of the reserve, amidst a mature rehabilitated area. Tall indigenous trees, all grown from seed, now tower over the camp, overlooking an artificially created wetland system, home to hippopotamus, crocodile, and a variety of water birds, including occasional visits from fish eagles. The camp is unfenced yet relatively safe, as only smaller species of wildlife inhabit the sanctuary. It offers a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere with a steady stream of animals such as impala, warthog, nyala, and even ostriches, walking between the facilities, quietly tolerant of human presence.

The camp features a semi-circle of 8 rustic rest camp huts around the central rest camp area, each consisting of a single room with an En-suite bathroom. The first six are wooden and thatched huts, while the last two are Swazi-style grass beehives.

Two beehive villages replicate traditional Swazi homesteads with grass dome-shaped huts arranged in semi-circles, central log fires, and seating areas, all semi-enclosed by traditional Swazi kraal fencing. The huts are simple and sparsely furnished, containing beds, a small table, bedside light, and fan. Some are En-suite with their own bathrooms attached.

Mlilwane Campsite offers a variety of camping experiences with 20 campsites situated in a Eucalyptus forest, each featuring private braai facilities, water, and electrical points. Additionally, there are 10 campsites nestled in an indigenous forest, equipped with nearby water points but no power. All campsites share a large, central ablution block.

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