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is located in the northeast region of Swaziland
in the southeast of South Africa
Hlane Royal National Park is a modest conservation area which was previously a private hunting ground of the Swazi monarch. It covers 300 square kilometres of lowland bushveld to the west of the Lebombo Mountains, with hardwood forests, open grasslands and shallow pans. The park contains a good range of wildlife including southern white rhinos, elephants, giraffes, wildebeest, impalas and zebras. It is the only wildlife area in Swaziland to contains lions and cheetahs. The park is ringed by fences, surrounded by sugar plantations and bisected by the main road, but is pleasantly quiet, with a low number of largely self-drive visitors.
Ndlovu Camp is situated close to the main road and overlooking a quite active waterhole. It is a relatively large restcamp offering accommodation in 14 rondavels, 5 self catering cottages and a campground. There is no electricity but paraffin lanterns are provided. There is also a restaurant on site and a small shop.
Guided vehicle safari, walking safari and mountain-biking safari are usually available.