The edge of
wild beauty

Royal Jozini was established in 2006 by a group of investors who share a passion for conservation, wildlife and the beauty of this majestic land in Eswatini. Over the last decade we have enhanced the infrastructure and introduced an abundance of game into reserve to create incredible sightings by boat safari and game vehicle. Today, they are committed to developing opportunities in Royal Jozini for a wider audience of local and international investors

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“It’s really beautiful, it feels like God visits everywhere but lives in Africa”

– Will Smith

Life on
Lake Jozini

Lake Jozini is the heartbeat of Royal Jozini, teeming with life, waiting to be explored. As the closest destination for Tiger Fishing in the southern hemisphere, annual Tiger Fishing competitions take place on Lake Jozini, inviting enthusiasts to come for the fish and stay for the lifestyle. Charter a boat safari and watch as the Cormorants dive beneath the crystal blue water. Amongst the Tiger Fish you will see Tilapia and Barbel. Hippos and crocodiles roam the deep and you can spot elephants quenching their thirst at the shore.

Game
viewing

Everyday is an adventure at Royal Jozini, especially when you leave our elephant exclusion zone and head for sundowners at our spectacular viewing hides. There is an extensive network of roads connecting all parts of the reserve. Large herds of game roam freely, including elephant, giraffe, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck, impala, nyala and bushbuck. Our large game populations support healthy numbers of predators including leopard, serval and spotted hyena.

Planned facilities in Royal Jozini

Commercial Centre

Marina clubhouse

Residential zone

Bird
life

Over 330 species of bird life have been spotted in Royal Jozini. Find the common Rudd’s Apalis along the roads and tracks of the elephant exclusion zone. On the banks of Lake Jozini’s slipways, you will be rewarded with sights of the African Jacana and mighty Goliath Heron. Scan overhead for birds of prey including vultures, eagles and raptors. Royal Jozini is the only known nesting location of Verreaux’s Eagle Owl.