Exploring Tourism in Swaziland
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Mkhaya Endangered Species

2 nights in Mkhaya time .....great game drives , excellent guide named Africa , saw several black rhino .aswell as white rhino,etc was delicious and staff went beyond their call of duty ...highly recommended , loved our \"flintstones\" style open air stone cottage....I didn\'t want to leave

Ngwenya Glass

Taking a walk to the viewing platform is a delightful surprise when you get to see these amazing artisans creating these masterpieces in this intense heat and they are all laughing, waving and thoroughly enjoying themselves as it is a lifestyle and a craft taught from a generation before. The glass is stunning, absolutely beautiful. Please visit, this place is a pure piece of magic in Swaziland. Date of experience: January 2019

A Taste Of Swaziland

If you are looking for a place with lush greeneries and beautiful landscapes and natural habitat, Just book a trip to mbabane. I just know you will love it. I did!

Mlilwane Hogs & Hippo Trail

If you\'re staying at an accommodation close by you should definitely give this a try. The trail is very peaceful, green and pleasing to the eye. Be sure to take enough water with you :) Date of experience: December 201

Mantenga Craft & Lifestyle Centre

This place is a set of shops displaying local crafts. The designs, quality and creativity are amazing, prices are good. Had a nice glass of wine at the cafe. Very enjoyable. Date of experience: July 2018

Manzini Market

This market serves both the locals as well as tourists. Some tourists might find it a little unsettling, but there is absolutely no need to fear. Yes, it's cramped and full of goods and people, but this is exactly the charm of the place. If you are looking for local arts and crafts at excellent prices, don't miss this market.

Sibebe Rock

We hiked up here after ontaining a permit from the base. The locals hang out their and offer to guide you. It's up to you if you want to do that. We didn't and the path isn't that clear but locals along the track kept pointing us in the right direction and were helpful.