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In the south-east of Swaziland, the heart of the lowveld, lies an unspoilt wilderness, haven to endangered species who roam 25 sq. miles of magnificent African bush. You will find several endangered species such as black rhino, roan " sable antelope, tsessebe, white rhino and elephant. Bird life in the camp is a special feature and smaller game such as warthog visit the camp whilst the big game, such as elephant, is kept at bay outside the camp by a three-strand electric cordon. After a day out in the hot African bush, come back to the camp that is sited in bird-rich riverine forests and enjoy an ice-cold drink under the giant sausage tree or retire to the comfortable safari-style accommodation and sit back and enjoy real nature.
Enjoy a buffet style meal, served under the thatched dining area. Meals are high quality, tasty, wholesome and well suited to the surroundings.
Laid out along the banks of a dry river bed, is Stone Camp where the vegetation comprises of tall fig, leadwood, sausage and knobthorn trees, with a lush under-canopy giving it a year-round subtropical appearance. The camp is comfortable, quiet and relaxing and a welcome retreat after a day out in the burning sun.
All twelve units are laid out individually in the riverine forest overlooking the dry riverbed, linked by central and branch pathways surfaced with riversand and lit at night by paraffin lanterns as the camp has no electricity. Each unit is totally private due to the thick vegetation, though some units are close enough together for use as an extended family unit.
Semi open en-suite thatched stone cottagesNkonjane Family Cottage - 2 rooms, 2 doubles & 2 singles - with bathSinkankanka Family Cottage - 1 Room, 1 Double bed & 1 Single bed - with showerNarina Family Cottage - 1 Room, 4 single beds - with shower2 cottages - 1 room, 1 double bed - with shower2 cottages - 1 room, sleeps 2 - 4/5 pax - with shower7 cottages - 1 room, sleeps 2 - 3 pax - with showerPackages:DB&B - Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, pick up 16h00 drop off 10h0024hr stay - All inclusive, pick up 10h00 or 16h0024hr + - All inclusive, pick up 10h00 - drop off 10h00
Rates Include:Accommodation, Meals, Entrance fees, open Land Rover game drives, Walking safaris, 14% VAT
Rates Exclude:1% Tourism levy charged per person rate per night / bed levies
Children's Policy: No children under 6 years allowed.
Beverages: Visitors are kindly asked to support the camp and not to bring their own beverages. All water in the camp is considered safe for drinking. Tea and coffee is served in the accommodation units every morning and serves as a wake up call for the morning game drive.
Facilities: The central camp comprises of a dolerite and thatch summerhouse, which serves as a relaxation area, bar, administration point and curio shop, a campfire as well as a thatched dining area where all meals are served. This is all shaded under the canopy of a single giant sausage tree (Kigelia africana), which dominates the camp.
Private Landsrip: There is a small private landing strip on Mkhaya, which is suitable for light aircraft and landing is by prior arrangement only.
Fuel: There is a filling station at Siphofaneni, 7 km from Mkhaya towards Manzini, as well as at Big Bend that is 34km from Mkhaya towards the Golela border.