Known as “the Place of Kings”, Swaziland is a tranquil country that has preserved its cultures and traditions in a unique blend of ancient and modern.
The Mantenga Nature Reserve is a protected area of 725ha in a secluded corner of the Ezulwini Valley, just 2km from a major road.
Named after King Sobhuza II, the beloved leader who led Swaziland to its independence in 1968, this magical time capsule offers you a photographic and narrative depiction of the Kingdom of Swaziland.
Hlane is a great self-drive destination, but is best experienced on guided game drives in the lion and endangered species areas, guided walking safaris in the greater Hlane, or an early-morning cycle to Mahlindza Dam.
This is a must for campers, hikers, backpackers and horse riders.
Transfrontier Conservation Areas
The Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area boasts the highest vegetated dunes in Africa; five ecosystems; South Africa’s first World Heritage Site; the greatest diversity of amphibians in Southern Africa; a well-established population of hippos and crocodiles; giant leatherback turtles; black and white rhinos; leopards, lions, cheetahs and various smaller wildcats; a [...]