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Mlilwane

Swaziland Manzini Private Game Reserve

About Mlilwane

The Mlilwane is a Private Game Reserve in Swaziland in the provinces of Manzini. The park was established on - and covers an area of 0.046 km². The Mlilwane offers the possibility of self-drive safaris.

The reserve is located just outside the Ezulwini Valley. There are many places to stay in the small reserve, but it is also a popular destination for locals and tourists. No dangerous animals live on the grounds and many activities are offered.

General information
Biodiversity Sighting conditions
Very high Bad
  • 0Mammals
  • 240Bird species
  • 0Reptile
  • 0Fish specie
  • 0Amphibians
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Official Name

Mlilwane

Provinces

Manzini

Area

0.046 km2

Foundation

No information

Vegetation

No information

Habitats

Grassland savannah

Big Five-reserves

No

Self-drive-reserve

No

Entrance gates

0

Highlights

The reserve is located just outside the Ezulwini Valley. There are many places to stay in the small reserve, but it is also a popular destination for locals and tourists. No dangerous animals live on the grounds and many activities are offered.

Landscape

The main habitat of the Mlilwane is the Grassland savannah.

In the south, open grassland plains extend to the striking Nyonyane Mountain with its granite peak known as Execution Rock. The north of the reserve is wilder and here hilly grasslands dominate with gully forests and rocky outcrops. Eucalyptus and wattle forests, dating back to colonial times, are still a feature of the reserve.

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General information
Biodiversity Sighting conditions
Very high Bad
  • 240Bird species
The best travel time for Mlilwane
The best travel time

Overview
Weather and climate

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Best tavel time

May (Beginning) - September (End)


Dry time

May (Beginning) - September (End)

Climate

chilly-warm


Tavel time

October (Beginning) - April (Beginning)

Climate

cool-warm


High season

December (Beginning) - January (End)

July (Beginning) - August (End)


Low season

December (Beginning) - January (End)

September (Beginning) - November (End)


Risk of Malaria

October - April

The climate in Mlilwane is warm. The rainy season takes place from Beginning October to Beginning April The dry season first extended over the months from Beginning May to End September inclusive. The best time to tour is Beginning May End September.

Summer and winter are experienced at opposite times as in Europe and North America. Due to the higher altitude, temperatures are mild and the heat never becomes extreme. Afternoon showers are common in the humid summer months, but it rarely rains all day.

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Top animal species

The Mlilwane is home to 0 mammals such as Zebra, Wildebeest, Hippopotamus, Crocodile, Ostrich as well as 240 bird species, 0 reptile species, 0 fish species and 0 amphibian species. The Mlilwane provides Very high conditions for wildlife viewing.

Zebra

Wildebeest

Hippopotamus

Crocodile

Ostrich

Mongoos

Aadvark

Duiker

Greater Kudu

Nyala

Honey Badger

Genet

African civet

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