Nisela Game Reserve

Nisela Game Reserve                         
Nisela is situated at the foot of the Lubombo Mountain Range in the Lowveld of Swaziland.  This mountain range forms the border between Swaziland, Mozambique and South Africa, stretching all the way down to Northern Kwa Zulul Natal.  These wild hills harbour some unusual habitats, with flora and fauna found nowhere else in the country.
There are many animal species to be seen at Nisela Safaris covering 740 ha to the West side of the road and 780 ha to the South side of the reserve.  Game species include Kudu, Nyala, Impala, Giraffe, Warthog, Waterbuck, Blue Wildebeest, Duiker, Zebra, Crocodile and Ostrich.

Nisela Safaris is the ideal spot for the keen birder with over 250 species including some rare and uncommon species such as Pygmy Geese, Black Chested Snake Eagle, Amathys Sunbird and African Qauil Finch.

While looking and listening to the Birds the magnificent variety of indigenous trees such as Tree Wisteria, Pride of the De Kaap, Jackal Berry and Monkey Pod as well as many wild flower species will be most apparent.  Species of wild flowers include Blue Commelina, Blood Lilly, Yellow Morning Glory and Wild Fox Glove.

Catch and release fishing are just one of the many activities you can enjoy at Nisela Safaris in our 90 ha Dam. The dam support a healthy population of Large and Small mouth Bass, Tilapia, and Carp.

Many other activities are also available such as game drives and games walks, horse riding, team building and Bush Braai.

Nisela have an exclusive Hunting camp, Oberland, covering 1490.5261 hectares.

At an altitude of 114 metres and only 41 km from Lavumisa / Golela border the climate is typical of Bushveld, warm during the day with pleasant cool evenings.

On your visit to Nisela Safaris be sure to bring a hat, light coloured clothes and sun cream.

There is also many different species of birds available to see at Nisela Safari.