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Swaziland Excursion Travel offers a range of holiday packages to our premier destination, Swazila...
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Swazi Trails Adventure

Swazi Trails contact details are as follows:
tel: +(268) 24162180
cell/mobile: +(268) 76020261
P.O.Box D133, The Gables, H126, Swaziland
http://www.swazitrails.co.sz/

Woza Nawe Cultural Tours

woza nawe cultural tours - woza Nawe Responsible Cultural Tours is situated in the hills
of Swaziland on the Community Farm of kaPhunga, about 55
kms from the nearest town, Manzini.

Contact:
Woza Nawe Tours (Myxos)
Tel:+268 505 8363
Cell:+268 604 4102
Address:Box 2455, Manzini, Swaziland
GPS:X31.538688
Y-26.792793
http://www.swaziculturaltours.com

Swaziland is on the list of smallest nations in Africa as well as certainly one of its most incredible. It is enclosed and bordered by Mozambique and South Africa, which means you can add it to your South Africa safari itinerary. I t is easily accessible from South Africa by road. Swaziland is loaded with incredible tourist attractions and destinations such as game parks, rock art and paintings, waterfalls, museums and its beautiful, warm and friendly people.

Swaziland Safari Holidays

Wildlife safaris in Swaziland are an important part of any visit to Swaziland. There are around 3 game reserves namely Mkhaya Game reserve, Mlilwane wildlife sanctuary and Hlane Royal national park, which is the biggest. You can have a unique safari experience by viewing the game either on foot or by using an open roofed vehicle. Regular sights in the parks include elephants, leopards, buffalos, lions, cheetah and several species of birds. At the heart of Swaziland, in Ezulwini the capital city is the beautiful quiet Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary where the endangered white and black rhinos are protected or catch a glimpse of hippos, blue wildebeest, impalas, zebras and crocodiles.

Visit Phophonyane Nature Reserve on the border of the Ngwane gneiss and find a remarkable diversity of habitats, beautiful scenery, the old rocks of Phophonyane on which the river runs into a waterfall as it cascades down the cliff, several endemic plants and birds. You can visit the reserve on nature walks, using a mountain bike or with a 4X4 vehicle that will drive you to the peak of Gobolodlo mountains.

Maguga dam on Nkomazi River along the Piggs Peak and Mbabane corridor is a wonderful place to experience the peace and serenity of the water dam fringed by the high mountain ranges. The dam is a major livelihood to the local people and the country. You can take pictures of the dam as a Souvenir. There some ancient and eroded rock painting at Nsangwini, Sandlane and Dlangeni

Retreat to a more relaxed safari experience by visiting the candle factory in Malkerns valley and buy yourself a unique set of the hand made candles. The glass factory at Ngwenya produces some interesting handmade jewellery from recycled glass material besides other products like table ware, flower vases and other utensils. You could also visit a craft market for more collectibles of African souvenirs and fabrics.

Spend the evening interacting with the local people in the cultural visit to a nearby village like Mantenga, join in their songs, dancing, and learn their language and way of life. There is harvest festival in December and January in which the abundant harvest season is celebrated in a four-day festival called Incwala. Dancing and drum beats fill the air during the ceremonial; rituals. The traditional dress for man mainly includes "emahiya" the lion cloth and women usually wear a lion apron and a cloak together with a skin skirt.

King Sobhuza II Memorial Park is Swaziland’s national museum displaying the origins, history and cultural of the Swaziland people through the years.

For people who enjoy gambling, in Swaziland you will find many trendy casinos in the capital of Ezulwini Valley and neighboring towns. Remember to find appropriate dressing for any evenings or nights out. Buy yourself a map to refer to just in case you get lost somewhere. Find yourself a Swaziland travel guide to help you get an understanding the country and get you the best travel and tour deals.

Swaziland hotels and Accommodation

Swaziland accommodation offers all types of options from luxury hotels, budget hotels, guest houses, lodges and self catering options. In Ezulwini, the capital you’ll find fine options like Reilly’s rock, beehive village, Royal villas and Lugogo Sun Hotel. You’ll also find excellent restaurants, bar and catering at Hippo Haunt in Mlilwane wildlife sanctuary. You can check out which tour operators are providing good Swaziland hotel vacation packages.

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