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Travel To Swaziland
Swaziland, a small, landlocked monarchy in southern Africa, is known for its wilderness reserves and festivals showcasing traditional Swazi culture. Marking its northeastern border with Mozambique and stretching down to South Africa, the Lebombo Mountains are a backdrop for Mlawula Nature Reserve’s many hiking trails. Nearby Hlane Royal National Park is home to diverse wildlife including lions, hippos and elephants.
- Hlane Royal National Park
n truth, there’s simply no other wildlife reserve in all of Swaziland that can live up to the sheer wealth of bucket-list sights and the mind-boggling biodiversity that Hlane has. After all, this is the only (repeat: only) place in the nation where it’s possible to track down a lion (which have recently been repatriated), an elephant, and a rhino, all in the same day – that’s three of the Big Five! What’s more, the safari expereince here is well-developed, with rustic campsites next to more built-up lodges.
For all intents and purposes, little Lobamba in the hills is the capital of Swaziland. Actually, it kind of shares the title with Mbabane down the valley, but it’s here that travelers will discover all the machinery of state: the beautiful Lozitha Palace, home to the Queen Mother; the Swaziland Parliament; the honorific memorials to the country’s independence hero, King Sobhuza II.
- Mbuluzi Game Reserve
Step over the snapping crocodiles of the Mlawula River, located in the extreme north-eastern reaches of Swaziland, and it’s likely you’ll find yourself in the acclaimed Mbuluzi Game Reserve. There are certainly fewer safari crowds here, due mainly to the absence of any of the so-called Big Five. However, that just makes it easier to spot a roaming giraffe or herd of zebra on the plains.
A mere 95,000 people call Mbabane home, which should give you just a clue as to how large Swaziland is as a whole! After all, this town of low-rise bungalows and palm-dotted streets is the official capital, even if it’s sat more than 1,200 meters up in the Mdzimba Mountains. The altitude is great for avoiding the scorching heat of the tropical plains below though, while the heritage and cultural attractions here are pretty good too.
- Malolotja Nature Reserve
Wax up the walking boots and prep those thigh muscles, because the Malolotja Nature Reserve is hailed as one of the hiking meccas of southern Africa. Ranging from the grass-topped highveld to montane forests, the region is home to the rugged rises of the Ngwenya Mountain (the second-highest in the country).
Right on the doorstep of the Mlilwane Reserve, the pint-sized town of Malkerns is a great place to while away a couple of days in the shadow of the eastern Swaziland mountains. Encompassed by swaying fields of corn and other crops, the center here boasts a lovely clutch of earthy Swazi homestays, not to mention a range of country pubs (that’s the English influence, no doubt.
- Mantenga Village
Once upon a time, the beautiful areas around the village of Mantenga were known simply for their waterfalls, which – to be fair – are amongst some of the most awesome in the country. However, in more recent years, the spotlight has shifted to include the cultural experiences offered by the Mantenga Village too.
- Piggs Peak
Accessible Piggs Peak represents the heartland of the old Swaziland gold rush. Set in-between the hills of the north, it once attracted miners and prospectors of all types, who came to dig in the shafts around the town. Unfortunately, the mineral wealth never really materialised, and the gold faces of Piggs Peak were closed down less than 70 years after opening.
- Big Bend
One of the main urban centers on the meanders of the Maputo River, appropriately-named Big Bend (the town does actually occupy a big bend on the water) has been a center for Swaziland’s important sugarcane farming industry for decades. It’s a charming place, with a clutch of shops and inns, but the setting is what really counts.
Once, this bustling industrial depot in the highlands of central Swaziland bore the name of explorer Arthur Bremer, who was one of the first colonial figures to designate this cool and temperate place an official trading post way back when. Today, the city hasn’t shed its mercantile character, and it continues to reign as perhaps the most important economic powerhouse in the nation.