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Mkhaya Stone Camp
is located in the central region of Swaziland
in the southeast of South Africa
Mkhaya Game Reserve is a modest conservation area which covers 40 square kilometres of lowland bushveld and sandveld to the east of the capital. It was created in 1979 to protect the endangered nguni cattle, but now also contains populations of south-central black rhinoceros, southern white rhinoceros, hippopotamuses, elephants, roans, sables, giraffes, zebras, tsessebes and nyalas, but no major predators.
Mkhaya Stone Camp is set in the shade on the banks of a sand river and comprises a range of simple open-sided structures, including guest accommodation in twelve cottages. There is no electricity other than the fence which surrounds the camp.
We usually recommend booking the camp on a semi-inclusive basis, which includes dinner, breakfast and two guided vehicle or walking safaris. It is one of the easiest locations to track black rhino, some of which are semi-habituated.