The Kingdom of Swaziland or eSwatini as local Swati’s call their nation is a beautiful 17,364 km2 landlocked country sharing with borders South Africa and Mozambique.

map_of_swazilandA unique selling point for Swaziland is her unpretentious friendly people. They are not being friendly to you because you are a tourist but because you are a human being and that is how the Swati people treat each other.

Contrary to popular set itineraries,
Swaziland has more to offer than just a one night stop over.  The country has a lot to offer like unique arts and crafts, pristine nature reserves with hiking trails for ardent hikers. Whitewater rafting is a firm favourite for both local residents and tourist alike.

While moving towards a being first world country she has kept and maintained her tradition and culture. Unapologetically so.

Whether you spend a day sightseeing or just appreciating the natural beauty of
Swaziland’s landscape, her lush green sweeping hills to contrasting flat dry plain lands will take your breath away. Take a deep breath, and another, just for good measure.

landscapeOne can go shopping to spoil a loved one by buying original pieces of glassware at renowned Ngwenya Glass. Or maybe buy handcrafted home décor and jewellery at Tinstaba Crafts. Either way, you’re spoilt for choice because craft markets are all across the country.

I can go on and on highlighting her splendour, the bottom line is Swaziland has to be experienced rather than described. I insist. Let us help you in planning your tailor-made itinerary by sending us an email:

Nolwazi Maseko

Tour Consultant

SW Africa Destination Management