WELCOME TO SWAZILAND
the time when all visitors can experience the warmth of Africa in Swaziland.
To Swazis, this means autumn.
WHAT TO DO IN
Got a half day to spare?
Got a half
a day to spare and not quite sure how to spend it? Well, start here:
Who, What & Where in Swaziland
Swaziland is a place
to get out and do it ! Here is just a small selection of some of the
many activities and attractions that the Kingdom has to offer. See display
adverts for contact details.
NGULUBE MOUNTAIN BIKE CLASSIC
Ngulube Mountain Bike Classic is being organised for the third consecutive
year and promises to be even better than last year!
Looking for Art and Craft in Swaziland?
is famous for its wide selection of genuine Swazi hand made articles,
small intimate gifts, clothing, tableware,
BABOON VILLAGE AT MLAWULA
FAQ'S* ON ADVENTURE
Courtesy of the
Ezulwini Tourist Office
PEAK CRAFT CENTRE
The Peak Craft Center
is located a short dis tance outside of Piggs Peak, traveling to wards
Flea Market at Mantenga Craft
Mantenga Craft Center
will be hosting a flea market on April 27. This follows the same successful
format as last year. The aim of the flea market is to support and expose
local arts and handicrafts, and especially those who pursue crafts as
HAWU! Pots at Mantenga
Hawu! Pottery, unique
to the Mantenga Craft Centre, brings together craft and the Community.
High in the Bulunga Mountains the women of the Nkambule family have
been using age-old methods to create traditional clay pots for over
mountains that encircle the tiny African Kingdom of Swaziland is one
that resembles a basking crocodile.
Shewula's Cultural Weekend
Mountain camp, in the far North East of Swaziland, will be hosting a
cultural weekend on the 26th to the 28th of April. The purpose of the
event is to promote Swazi traditions and culture.
Sobantu guest farm
surprising everyone and no-where more than in the Mnyokane and Maguga
Dam region where Sobantu Guest Farm is located. The farm on which this
new tourism project is situated was initially acquired for mostly environmental
and residential reasons.
to Swazi Candles could start or end with a cup of tea or coffee with
a slice of freshly home baked cake at the Sambane Tea Garden. The tea
garden is conveniently located next to the shop.
Swaziland has a
wonderful new restaurant, WOODLANDS RESTAURANT, situated in the beautiful
Ezulwini Valley on the old Mbabane/Manzini road.
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