Known as “the Place of Kings”, Swaziland is a tranquil country that has preserved its cultures and traditions in a unique blend of ancient and modern. Marking its northeastern border with Mozambique and stretching down to South Africa, the Lebombo Mountains are a backdrop for Mlawula Nature Reserve’s many hiking trails. Nearby Hlane Royal National Park is home to diverse wildlife including lions, hippos and elephants

Other Places Of Interest

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

An ideal-stopover on excellent roads from its regional neighbours, Mlilwane is situated in Swaziland’s main tourist hub. 24-hr gate access allows visitors to easily enjoy the park and its nearby tourist attractions, including a variety of craft shops in Ezulwini and Malkerns. Pick from a wide range of accommodation including camping, caravanning, traditional Swazi beehive huts, self-catering cottages or rondavels at Mlilwane’s Rest Camp.

The Foresters Arms

The Foresters Arms is a short, scenic, tarred drive from the capital, Mbabane, and is ideally situated for exploring all the attractions of this majestic Kingdom. The hotel is situated on 90 ha of beautiful Swaziland highlands in the heart of the Kingdom. Swaziland’s countryside is beautiful and extremely varied – it ranges from magnificent mountains and waterfalls in the west to the lush valleys of the middleveld and the low lying bushveld of the east.

Maguga Lodge

Maguga Lodge sits in the heart of the Hhohho Region in Swaziland on the edge of the spectacular Maguga Dam.
With comfortable accommodation, breathtaking views and warm welcoming staff, Maguga is the perfect place for a time out to experience Swaziland’s Highveld Magic! Maguga Lodge has a number of facilities on offer as well as many out-door activities

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