Shewula Mountain Camp, in north-east Swaziland is situated in a stunning location overlooking the Lubombo Conservancy. Scenery, nature and community interaction are its main drawcards. It is Swaziland's most successful community tourism development.[more info]
Mlilwane is Swaziland's most accessible and popular wildlife parks. It is close to the Ezulwini Valley tourism hub and only 25 minutes from either Mbabane or Manzini. It is a very special destination with relaxed wildlife, serene and scenic areas and a wide variety of affordable accommodation.[more info]
Hlane Royal National Park is home to the largest herds of game in the Kingdom. Experience the sights and sounds of Africa in this uncrowded and unpretentious park. Wake-up to sound of lions roaring and enjoy intimate game-viewing experiences on foot, by Landover, on a bicycle or self-driving. Highly recommended for independent travellers wishing to escape the Kruger queues.[more info]
Maguga Lodge is situated in the heart of the Hhohho region in Swaziland, ideally situated for proximity to the Kruger National Park as well as the Mpumalanga Province and Mozambique. Overlooking the shimmering waters of Maguga Dam, the lodge offers the discerning traveler a tranquil retreat. On offer is stunning accommodation; restaurant and bar; conferencing facilities; weddings and functions venue.
Legends Backpacker Lodge, situated in the Ezulwini 'Valley of the Heavens', provides budget travelers, volunteers, and school groups the ideal self-catering hostel to experience Swaziland. Climb a mountain, brave rapids while rafting, mountain bike through a game reserve, or just relax in a hammock with a sundowner drink. With a near perfect location, all this and more is just around the corner for the intrepid traveler.[more info]