Malolotja Nature Reserve includes about 18000 hectares of mountain wilderness in the north west of Swaziland. It is home to a huge diversity of flora and fauna. The altitude ranges from over 1800m down to 640m, and includes a variety of habitats, from short grassland to thick riverine scrub, bushveld and moist Afro-montane forest. The geology is a contributory factor to the high biodiversity, the rocks are some of the oldest in the world, including ancient granites and the diverse quartzites, shales, ironstones, gneissitic rocks and talc schists of the Barberton Greenstone belt.
Lat: -26.15 Long: 31.14