Things do do in Swaziland

Swaziland is Africa`s smallest country, but do not let this fool you as this small little country has many riches. There is such a wide variety of activities you can take part in in Swaziland. From adventure to wildlife and everything in between!

Hlane Royal National Park is the largest park in Swaziland. The entire big five can be located in this park. They boast with amazing wildlife and great sightings. There have also been some very good things said about the rangers and their extensive knowledge of the bush. The accommodation at Ndlovu Camp is some of the best and come highly recommended. This Park also offers night safari which is super for some nocturnal game viewing. The overall vibe in the park is one of tranquillity and peacefulness. Come here to relax in nature.

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If you would like to gain some insight into the culture and traditions of the people of Swaziland the Swazi Cultural village in the Matenga area of Swaziland comes highly recommended. It is an ancient village built up to its original state with absolute care. The tour through the village also includes a walk to a beautiful little waterfall. You will get the opportunity to witness a cultural dance and have a guided tour through the village. All in all it is a very enriching experience.

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If adventure is what you are looking for, I would highly recommend going white water rafting down Swaziland’s Great Usutu River. You will be guaranteed some awesome sights along the way. There are some pretty scary rapids so do be warned this is not for the faint hearted.

Visit Swaziland for your unique African experience of a lifetime.

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