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.

Major Attractions

Swaziland 4 King Sobhuza Ii Memorial Park

King Sobhuza II Memorial Park

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.
Swaziland 2 Hlane Royal National Park

Hlane Royal National Park

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.

Transfrontier Conservation Areas

The Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area

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 [...]
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