Congratulations to Siboni Maseko, our World Rhino Day Competition Winner!

On the 19th September we posted a competition ‘Win a Rhino Drive at Hlane in honour of World Rhino Day!’  A big thank you for all your entries! On this occasion it was Siboni Maseko who scooped the prize of a Rhino Drive for 2 at Swaziland’s Hlane Royal National Park. Siboni correctly identified the five answers to our quiz questions as follows:

Questions

1. How many of the 5 Rhino Species can be found in Swaziland?
A: 2 Species 
2. Where can you view Black Rhino in Swaziland?
A: Mkhaya Game Reserve
3. In what year were the first pair of White Rhinos returned to Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary following an absence of both Black and White Rhinos from Swaziland for nearly 70 years?
A: 1965
4. In what year was Hlane Royal National Park proclaimed?
A: 1967
5. Mkhaya Game Reserve was initially purchased as a refuge for which animal?
A: The Nguni Cattle

If you weren’t lucky on this occasion be sure to stay tuned to www.bgpblog.org for forthcoming competitions and prizes!

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Author: Big Game Parks

Sawubona! Welcome to Big Game Parks' Blog! From the flatlands in the East, through the mountainous and scenic West, to the heart of the lowveld in the South East, the Kingdom of Swaziland not only offers you nearly every example of African landscape but also unforgettable wildlife, culture, adventure and birding experiences. Big Game Parks (BGP) is a private non-profit Trust which manages three game reserves in Swaziland: Hlane Royal National Park, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and Mkhaya Game Reserve. All follow a common mission: to conserve the rich biodiversity of Swaziland's natural heritage. In 1960 the Reilly's family established the Kingdom's first game reserve on the Reilly family farm, Mlilwane. Hlane Royal National Park and Mkhaya Game Reserve soon followed and today the company's contribution to the restoration and protection of the Kingdom’s biodiversity is of great significance (BGP actually saved 22 species from extinction in Swaziland!) and can truly be appreciated by the discerning traveller. Swaziland is well-situated between Kruger National Park and Kwa-Zulu Natal as well as Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Maputo. Big Game Parks’ well-positioned and diverse game reserves are an essential destination in any itinerary. Discover all the latest Big Game Parks tourism, conservation and community happenings right here. Sitawubonana! See you soon!

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