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Swaziland Art And Crafts Tour

Swaziland Art And Crafts Tour Packages
Country: Swaziland
City: Manzini
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Package Itinerary

Pick up at the lodge, our journey takes us over the Maguga Dam Wall, and perhaps a glimpse of the Banana Leaf Dancers. We visit the Nsangwini Rock Art and explore the bushman paintings tucked away in a rock shelter, dramatically perched above the Komati River below – no finer way to learn about the origins of the Swazi people. Take your seat, we’re off to what is purported to be the oldest mine on earth, one where the ancient San people were extracting ocher.

For the artisans, shoppers, and crafts lovers among us, Ngwenya Glass is a Must See. We’ll watch highly skilled glass. A short distance away, we’ll pop into a traditional craft center where you can choose that special curio for that special person back home, and after all that shopping, a light lunch is definitely what’s needed. After lunch takes you back to your lodge.

Your Experience Highlights

Maguga Dam Wall

Banana Leaf Dancers

Nsangwini Rock Art

Bushman paintings

Oldest mine on earth

Ngwenya Glass

Traditional craft center

Light lunch

INCLUDES:

All activities, as described

Personal and knowledgeable guide

Transport between destinations in a comfortable van

Water

EXCLUDES:

International Flights

Insurance

Drinks

Pocket money

Explore More About Manzini:

Manzini (formerly known as Bremersdorp) is a city in Eswatini (Swaziland), which is also the capital of Eswatini's Manzini Region. The city is the country's largest urban center ahead of Mbabane.

There are plenty of places to stay in town, although many cater more to the business traveler than to the tourist. Eateries run from fast-food outlets and cafés to a handful of more upmarket restaurants. Swaziland’s largest and liveliest market is sprawled across the eastern end of Mancishane Street. It is noisy, crowded, and completely authentic. Thursday is the day to go when buyers and sellers arrive from all over the region. You can find pretty much anything here, from the usual arts and crafts, fruits, veg, and clothing to traditional dress and some fascinating traditional healer stalls.

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