The Hlane National Park was part of King Sobhuza's royal hunting grounds until it was declared a game reserve in 1967. It covers a territory of about 30,000 hectares. The major vegetation in the area is mixed bushveld and savannah. The park is open to visitors throughout the year. Accommodation is available in fully-equipped self-catering thatched huts. Visitors can go on driving safaris to view animals like the white rhino, many species of antelopes, zebra and giraffe. Precautions need to be taken against malaria.
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