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Nisela Safari Lodge

Nisela Safari Lodge is situated in the Lowveld near the southeastern border of Swaziland. It is right next to the main road from the Golela/Lavumisa Border post to Big Bend and Mbabane. This makes it an ideal stop over with a restaurant offering good refreshment facilities.

Nisela is situated at the foot of the Lebombo Mountain range in a valley abounding with wildlife. The lodge offers a variety of accommodation possibilities:

In the Bhubesi safari Camp the seven Rondavels (round thatched chalets) are all equipped with air conditioning , en- suite bath and shower, twin beds downstairs and a staircase leading to a mezzanine floor with two more beds. Each rondavel also has a private wooden deck.

The Bhubesi Safari camp offers a honeymoon rondavel with a double bed, en-suite bathroom, air conditioning and other unique features.

Activities available at Nisela include angling, conferencing, walking trails, Swazi traditional dancing by prior arrangement, birding and guided game viewing.

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Nisela Safari Lodge attractions

Members of the Swazi Royal Family, indicated by red feathers in their head dress, at the annual reed dance ceremony.


Swaziland, located in Southern Africa, is home to the siSwati-speaking Swazi nation. It was a British protectorate from 1906 until its full independence in 1968. It is a small landlocked kingdom of less than one million people, bordered by South Africa on three sides and Mozambique to the east.

Looking down the Lusutfu River in Swaziland near Big Bend, which gets its name from a major 90-degree turn in the course of the River.

Big Bend

The town Big Bend in the east of Swaziland derives it's name from the big bend in the Great Usuthu River where it meets the Lebombo Mountains. Tourist attractions close to Big Bend include a number of game reserves, cultural activities, sport and adventure activities.

A male lion yawns in the African bush at Hlane Royal National Park in Swaziland.

Hlane Royal National Park

The Hlane Royal National Park of Swaziland lies in the East of the country and is under the protection of King Mswati III. The Reserve covers 22 000 ha of Swazi bushveld, dominated by ancient hardwood vegetation. It is home to elephant, lion, white rhino, giraffe and a large variety of other animals.