Plenty of other things to do in Swaziland

Horseback and cycle safaris at Mlilwane Wildlife sanctuary.  Riding a horse on safari gives you the opportunity to literally sit in amongst the herds of zebra.

The canopy tour at Malolotja.  Situated deep within the pristine mountain wilderness of the Malolotja Nature Reserve, the Malolotja Canopy Tour offers some of the most dramatic scenery you will ever encounter with striking rock formations, towering cliff faces and views across the lush forest canopy towards the Malolotja mountain peaks.  The nature reserve also contains plenty of game, amazing birdlife and a world renowned display of flowers in the spring.

Visit a local school.  Meet some of the local children and even get involved in the class.  This was such a highlight for one couple in 2014 that they have now funded tables and chairs for the class.

Ngwenya Glass Factory.  Witness first-hand the magical art of glassblowing from an overhead balcony.  Local craftsmen and women use age old techniques to create glassware and ornaments using 100% recycled glass.  A perfect opportunity for some presents to take home.

A hike up Sibebe.  Sibebe is a granite mountain that is the second largest monolith in the world after Ayers Rock.  The locals believe it’s the largest as they claim that Ayers Rock is actually split in two!

A trip to the spa.  If you are in need of some relaxation then spa treatments are available at Nkonyeni and Royal Swazi Sun.

Swazi Candles and Gone Rural. Watch candles being sculpted into animals and wood into ornaments.  See how local communities benefit from these creations.

 

 

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