Swaziland Safari Holidays
Known as the ‘Kingdom of eSwatini’ and referred to as Swaziland, this tiny landlocked country boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage and is Africa’s last remaining monarchy.
This small beautiful country of emerald peaks, rivers, ravines, rolling valleys, and waterfalls is a hiker’s paradise. The nature reserves are the top attraction in eSwatini and only a few of them have the Big 5 animals.
Swaziland also proudly preserves its fascinating culture, customs, and festivals. Travelers are welcome to watch some of the festivities of Incwala, an impressive three-week kingship ritual in December and January, and, Umhlanga, the lively Reed Dance ceremony, which takes place during the last week of August or first week of September.
Things to Do
- Nature lover’s paradise, nature reserves and wildlife sanctuaries, cultural festivals and ceremonies.
Top Places to Visit in Swaziland:
Visit Ngwenya Glass, which is regarded as Africa’s most prestigious glass factory.
SWAZI MARKET MBABANE
Swazi Market, Mbabane, a must-see attraction for souvenir-starved tourists.
HLANE ROYAL NATIONAL PARK
Hlane Royal National Park (Game Sanctuary), is home to the largest herds of game in the country and is one of the few places in Swaziland where visitors have a chance of seeing lion, elephant, rhino.
MLILWANE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Swaziland’s first conservation areas and its most popular game reserve. The Sanctuary is home to more than 400 species of birds and many animals, including zebras, vervet monkeys, crocodiles, warthogs, caracals, hippos, and antelopes.
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