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Small is Big, When You Tour Swaziland
Living inside a national park during a Swaziland tour allows for a truly intimate wildlife experience. In fact, you may hear a warthog snorting just outside your rondavel hut, while zebra and wildebeest graze a few feet away. From your patio, a valley opens out to the sight of scores of frolicking antelopes in Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary. At the Ndlovu Camp in Hlane Royal National Park, accommodations overlook a watering hole patronized by large tuskers and white rhinos. Numerous community-run conservancies and eco-lodges are a good way to explore Swaziland. These projects protect the forests and offer luxury safari tents, while friendly knowledgeable guides help you explore the biodiversity and unique cultural heritage of the country.
Though geographically dwarfed by its neighbors South Africa and Mozambique, the tiny Kingdom of Swaziland stands its own ground when it comes to tourism and sharing its culture. To make the best use of your vacation time, consult an Enchanting Travels expert. We are savvy at understanding the inclination of each visitor, and skilled at creating the perfect itinerary—the combination that time and again produces an unforgettable journey.
Scenic vistas begin as soon as you leave Swaziland’s capital Mbabane in the direction of Piggs Peak. In the green expanse of Mantenga Falls Nature Reserve, visitors can attend dance and music performances at the Mantenga Cultural Village. At Lobamba Village in the Ezulwini Valley, one of the oldest villages in the country, local guides share and explain Swazi culture and traditions, making for a more holistic journey.