Big Game Parks (BGP)
The globally renowned leading light in Africa’s war against the poaching of rhino and elephant is a non-profit trust and the life work of pioneering conservationist, Ted Reilly
Mkhaya was established in 1979 when Reilly decided it was the ideal place of refuge for endangered species, starting with the pure breed of cattle that had accompanied Nguni-speaking tribes on their exodus from Central Africa.
Mlawula is in kingdom’s eastern reaches forms part of the Eswatini-Mozambique-South Africa Lubombo Trans-Frontier Conservation & Resource area that was promulgated in June 2000.
Malolotsha is on the kingdom’s northwest flank stretches from the historic iron ore mine at Ngwenya almost as far as Pigg’s Peak, and boasts the country’s highest waterfall among mountain scenery regarded by many as Southern Africa’s answer to the Alps.