| Swaziland Accommodation
| Swaziland Game Reserves
| Swazi Culture
| Swazi Arts & Crafts
| Swaziland Map
| Swazi Visitors Information
The landlocked Kingdom of Swaziland is surrounded on the north and south by South Africa, and on the east is bordered by Mozambique.
The Kingdom provides travellers the ideal gateway between KwaZulu-Natal and the Kruger National Park, as well as Johannesburg and Maputo - no better route is available with added advantage of discovering a whole new country filled with bygone African traditions and Swazi Culture
Swaziland covers an area of approximately 193 kilometres from north to south, and 145 kilometres from east to west.
Small as it may be, Swaziland is an exciting tourist destination with its Arts and Crafts
outlets and traditional markets and wildlife reserves.
At Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
tame birds and animals are free to come and go and wander through the camp grounds.
A major attraction for the visit to Swaziland is the casinos located at the Royal Swazi Spa
complex, in the heart of the Ezulwini Valley, between Mbabane and Manzini.
Swaziland offers many scenic drives. North of Mbabane
, the road to Luve is known as Pine Valley with a series of waterfalls on the Black Umbeluzi River and the granite heights of "Bald Rock".
The drive to Piggs Peak
, in the north is one of the most scenic in the country. The Malolotja National Park
lies to the west of the road and here, after a stiff walk, you can view the Malolotja Falls, the highest in Swaziland.
Swaziland also hosts a large number of internationally renowned hotels and a number of thermal springs where visitors can relax and unwind. Most are located at Ezulwini