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Bike Tour In Swaziland: From Forbes Reef To The Malolotja Nature Reserve

Bike Tour In Swaziland: From Forbes Reef To The Malolotja Nature Reserve Packages
Country: Swaziland
City: Manzini
Duration: 2 Day(s) - 1 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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USD 400 / Per Person

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Bike Tour in Swaziland: From Forbes Reef to the Malolotja Nature Reserve

Day 1: Arrival

Pick up at the airport and transfer to Forbes Reef, for the start of the mountain bike tour!

Undertake a morning safari to the Kingdom of Swaziland, home to the Swazi people. The bike route takes us from Forbes Reef through the green highlands to Mbabane. Continue through the Ezulwini Valley to the interesting Mlilwane Game Sanctuary. Do game watching on foot or by bicycle – it is completely safe, there are neither buffalo, elephants nor other predators in the reserve.

In the evening, during a traditional dinner, learn more about the dance, beliefs, and customs of the Swazi people. Overnight accommodation for 1 night will be in the furnished Swazi-styled beehive-shaped houses in the Mlilwane Game Reserve where you will fall asleep to the sounds of Africa!

Overnight at Mlilwane Game Reserve.

Day 2-Breakfast-Included!

After breakfast depart for Swaziland International airport!


Inclusive of:

- Driver/guide services

- Tours

- Vehicle for transfers and tours

- Meals as stipulated

- Entry fees on tours

- Community Donations on tours

- Bottled Water in a vehicle (2 per day)

- Accommodation


- Meals not specified- Lunches + Dinners

- All drinks and Snacks

- Porterage

- Gratuities

- Flights

- Visas for entry to Swaziland and South Africa (if necessary)

Explore More About Mlilwane Game Reserve:

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is Eswatini's (formerly Swaziland) pioneer conservation area, a shining example of what is possible if passion, vision, and action fuse. Once a highly profitable multi-purpose farm, and being labeled an “impossible dream”, Mlilwane was proclaimed in 1961 and is now the kingdom’s most popular eco-destination for locals and internationals alike.

The name 'Mlilwane' ('Little Fire' in siSwati) was derived from the numerous fires started by lightning strikes on Mlilwane Hill but now holds significance as the little fire that ignited the conservation movement in Swaziland.

Mlilwane’s diverse habitats support a surprisingly extensive species list. Endless hours of guided or self-guided exploration within the small 4560 Ha sanctuary are possible due to the relative absence of dangerous game. The southern plains stretch to the striking Nyonyane Mountain (Execution Rock) with its exposed granite peak. Tourism is concentrated in this southern section of the park, while guided Chubeka Trails explore the northern section, as far as Luphohlo Peak.

Mlilwane’s Rest Camp offers a range of affordable accommodation with self-catering and catered options available.

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