Pick-up info: This tour/activity departs from the Swazi Trails office in Ezulwini. Free pick-up's are offered from nearby lodges and hotels, when logistically possible. Pick-up's and drop-off's further afield may attract an additional charge. All pick-up's must be specifically pre-arranged in advance by "Special Request".
Up to 20 persons can be booked on one trip. For larger groups, we are able to facilitate split departures and/or a team build approach whereby equipment is shared between participants. Contact us directly for any special requests.
Swazi Trails is Swaziland's leading tour and adventure operator. The company is a fully licensed and insured tour operator established in 1987. Swazi Trails offer a wide selection of half and full day tours and activities, which encompass cultural, scenic, adventure and wildlife highlights in Swaziland. Services are available 365 days a year, with guaranteed departures for minimum of two persons on most Swazi Trails operated tours and activities. Prior reservation is required, however capacity generally exists to accommodate most short notice departures.
As a ground handler in Swaziland, Swazi Trails have extensive experience in transport, reservations facilitation and itinerary management. Swazi Trails have experience in location management in Swaziland and the company's indepth experience of the Swaziland destination is an invaluable asset to film productions.
For conference and incentive groups in Swaziland, Swazi Trails is a one-stop shop for either specific ground-handling or support services, or alternatively full itinerary management. Swazi Trails are also dynamic team-building specialists and have a long list of satisfied clients in Swaziland.
Fulfilling the role of an incoming tour operator for Swaziland, Swazi Trails offer multi-day itineraries, both within the Kingdom as well as linked to Mozambique, Kruger National Park and other neighbouring areas such as Mpumalanga and Kwazula-Natal, otherwise known as Zululand.
Swazi Trails tours and adventure activities are guided in English by informative local Swazi guides. With prior notice and at an additional cost, other foreign language-speaking guides can be sourced. Swazi Trails specifically supply indigenous Swazi nationals as guides and takes pride in the quality and professionalism of its staff.
Swazi Trails use a variety of tour vehicles for transport and tour purposes. The standard tour vehicle is a 9-seater air-conditioned Hyundai H1. On occasions we make use of smaller sedan vehicles for individual departures. Our drivers have a minimum of 3 years driving experience and are in possession of Professional Driving Permits (PDP's) which are reviewed on an annual basis. Swazi Trails carry extensive passenger liability cover on all its vehicles.
This online booking site carries many of the most popular Swazi Trails tours and adventure activities, however if you do not find what you are looking for please contact Swazi Trails directly at email@example.com
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This tour provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.
Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:
Swazi Trails aim to implement the many facets of responsible tourism development and have been Swaziland's market leaders in this field for the past 21 years.
Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:
Swazi Trails have ensured that its many tours and activities are fully staffed by local Swazis. The company benchmarks its guide remuneration at twice the local industry average. All equipment and operational supplies are sourced locally whenever possible.
In its adventure caving operation, Swazi Trails has facilitated environmental research and ensured that no trace of its operational footprint can be detected along the cave routes. Former land owner (at the site of the caves), Dr Barry Spencer, recently commented that he could not believe that Swazi Trails had taken thousands of caving enthusiasts through the Gobholo Caves. "The caves look just the same as they did when I was a child," he said.