Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property is privately situated along the Mlawula River where visitors are free to relax or explore the game reserve at their own pace.
The Campsite is located above some of the most amazing rapids in the Mbuluzi River. It is rustic and spaciously set out amongst shady trees. Preserving the feel of the African bush, there is no electricity. There are clean toilets and showers with hot water being provided by lighting a fire under the donkey boiler. Firewood is provided. There are several reed enclosures for campers to make use of. Each has a water stand pipe and a braai grid. There are also two very private Campsites located a short distance from the main camp overlooking the Mbuluzi River.
The catering can be arranged by prior arrangement. Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala. There are no dangerous animals in the park other than crocodiles, hippopotamuses, hyena and the occasional leopard, therefore, tour guides are not necessary. The gate is open from 6 am to 6 pm.
Safari: Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala.