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Veki’s Village Lodge Self Catering

Mbabane, Swaziland

Veki’s Village is a self-catering establishment in Mbabane, Swaziland, with beautiful sunsets, surrounded by nature, indigenous plants, wildlife, and amazing birds. It is located off Mountain Drive, 4 km from the centre of town, on 4.78 hectares of land.There are 8 spacious and uniquely decorated cottages with private lounge, dining area, balcony/garden, fully equipped kitchen, and a bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Situated 4km from Mbabane center, Veki's Village consists of 11 one bedroom and studio self-catering cottages. Each cottage has a lounge, kitchen bedroom and en-suite bathroom. Services include, cleaning, laundry, security, swimming pool, free WiFi and DSTV. We are here to provide you with all your accommodation needs, for both short and long term guests. Whether you are here for business or pleasure, we will ensure you have an enjoyable experience.

Mbabane City Walking Tours- eSwatini 2 ...

Township Tour Eswatini 3 ...

4-Day Best Of eSwatini Tour- The African experience 4 ...

Culture & Safari adventure These safari Joins two of Africa's top national parks with top wildlife sightings , The best conservation efforts and community engagement and support .

We provide a lot of tourism dominated experiences e.g., sightseeing,hiking,art and craft, village tours, village homestays, camping, museums, cultural tours, game drives and game walks, chauffeur drive, zip lining/ Canopy tours , WWR white water rafting , caving ,game walks/ game drives and canooing etc.

Visiting of Glass and Candle factories and Mantenga cultural village.

Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. But there is so much more to explore! Shops such as Traditional Swazi Craft Markets will definitely appeal to all. There are two traditional Swazi craft markets close by - one at the Royal Swazi Sun's entrance, and another along the main road, next to the Ezulwini Sun.

MANZINI-The name reverted to its original Swazi name, Manzini in 1960. The town was a British/Boer colonial headquarters from 1890, but was destroyed in 1902 amid the anglo-boer war when the administrative centre was transferred to Mbabane ( today the capital).

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