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The Kingdom of Swaziland is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique, where the border is dominated by the Lebombo Mountains. It is a small country, just 200km in length and 130km in width, with mountainous regions to the west and a lowveld region to the...

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Ematjeni Guest House

Kingdom of Swaziland
3 Bedrooms and 3 Executive Rooms
PPS from R 1,012

Perched on the edge of a mountain with breathtaking views across a scenic valley to the great Sibebe Rock, the largest granite outcrop in the world and home to the rare black...


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Mogi Boutique Hotel

Ezulwini Valley
4 Rooms, 4 Suites
PPS from R 825

Bordering Mantenga Nature Reserve and tucked beneath Sheba’s BreastMountain in the heart of the Ezulwini Valley. Enjoy serene mountain and valley views, walking trails and al...


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Foresters Arms Hotel

Kingdom of Swaziland
30 Bedrooms

Surrounded by mountains and forests, Foresters Arms is only a 27 km scenic drive from Mbabane in the heart of the Kingdom of Swaziland, ideally placed for all attractions....


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Reilly's Rock Hilltop Lodge

Mlilwane Reserve
6 bedrooms
PPS from R 1,311

In the heart of the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary close to Mbabane in Swaziland, Reilly’s Rock Hilltop Lodge is an historic Colonial homestead providing a comfortable base for...


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Phophonyane Falls Eco Lodge

Kingdom of Swaziland
3 Self-catering Cottages, 6 Rustic Safari Tents and 2 Swazi Beehives
PPS from R 870

Amidst this setting of legendary romance and breathtaking natural scenery, Phophonyane Falls Eco Lodge and Nature Reserve is a unique and special place. A team of friendly...


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This Art Museum’s collections reflect the rich...

Venda Culture Experience at Mashovhela Lodge and Morning Sun Nature Reserve
Visiting Venda is a captivating experience filled with...

Venda Art Experience at Leshiba Wilderness Lodge
Magical game reserve on top of the Soutpansberg...

Iziko Michaelis Collection at the Old Town House
Donated by Sir Max Michaelis in 1914, the collection...

Fernlea House Museum
This wood and iron house was built for Mrs Emily...

Swaziland travel guide

The Kingdom of Swaziland is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, bordered to the north, south and west by South Africa, and to the east by Mozambique, where the border is dominated by the Lebombo Mountains. It is a small country, just 200km in length and 130km in width, with mountainous regions to the west and a lowveld region to the east.

The nation and its people, are named after the 19th century king Mswati II. The population comprises primarily ethnic Swazis whose language is siSwati, with English as a second language.

Swaziland Highlights

  • History - Learn about the origins of the Swazi people from Bushman paintings at numerous sites around the Kingdom. Stop in at Ngwenya Mine – one of the oldest mines in the world - 42,000 years old!
  • Golf - For a small country, Swaziland has quite a nunber of golf clubs, golf courses and country clubs for the avid golfer who doesn't want to miss out on his or her favourite recreational activity while visiting the tiny Kingdom.
  • Arts and Crafts - Visit the Ngwenya Glass Factory where you can watch glass blowers create beautiful pieces which you can buy at the on-site shop. Don't miss the Swazi Candles Centre - the ideal place to buy gifts for those back home. The Swazi basket weavers are quite different to any other as well.
  • Casino - Swaziland is well known for one particular casino, Pigg'a Peak. If you enjoy the odd one on one with a one armed bandit, or a game of roulette, you might want to pop in at Pigg's Peak.
  • Outfoor Adventure - from hiking in the mountains to white river rafting and adventure caving (Ezulwini), horse back riding and mountain biking, there is plenty for nature lovers to enjoy in Swaziland. Those who prefer more laid back activities can enjoy bird watching or trout fishing.

Our Portfolio of Swaziland Accommodation.

We have some charming guest houses and game lodges in Swaziland – all whom offer first class hospitality – Do yourself a favour and stop over for a few days. Take time to relax and enjoy the moment.

On the whole the climate is temperate although it can get very hot in summer, so plan accordingly.

NB: Parts of Swaziland are malaria areas so make sure you speak to your travel doctor well in advance so that you can take the required precautions.

Some travellers may need visas for entering Swaziland. Check with your own embassy ahead of time and make the neccessary arrangements.