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4-Day Best Of Swaziland Tour
"Day One:Malolotja Nature Reserve on the first day. Here is where you will spend the night but first you will check in around 11 am and then we go for a nice hiking for about 4 hours this park is an amazing place to unwind and enjoy the fresh air of the mountains.Accommodations is in Log Cabins Very stylish and comfortable sleeps around 4 people or more.Meals- BBQ and Maize Pap and SaladsDay Two:We leave the park this is a small place but very pleasant we will find a place to have coffee before going to visit the local market around or we can just walk around the city to have a good feel of it.We find a local joint and find some Swazi foodDay Three:Hotel- 3-4 Star very high standards ac Swazi Candles and Manzini Market. The historical museum where they also show case about the late king Sobhuza II all his good deeds. Swazi Candles is where the hand made candles are you will have a look around and see how its made and also visit the stalls and shops in the within the complex. Manzini market is a nice fun market its very small and very laid back. After spending some time in the market we will head off to the village
From ZAR8,500.00
 
Full-Day Hlane Royal National Park Safari from Manzini
"Get picked up from your place of stay in and around Manzini and Mbabane but further places a pick up fee may apply. Drive to Manzini where we will make our first stop at the Manzini market where you can make some small shopping for gifts. We will have he Hlane’s expert guides will allow visitors to disembark from the vehicle and quietly walk up to the Rhinos while remaining in the vicinity of the vehicle. Offering excellent value this unique intimate encounter provides valuable insights into Rhino behaviour while also ensuring their continued safety in a protected environment. Spend time observing these gentle and endangered giants in their natural habitat on a two and a half hour Land Rover trees medicinal plants grasses
From ZAR2,340.00
 
Full-Day Tour to a Rural Village from Manzini
"Pick up from your Hotel or guest house at 7 am and head down to Manzini market to have some traditional breakfast- but if your hotel offers bed and breakfast then you can have breakfast but leave some little room to sample the Swazi dish called Incwancwa and all you questions will be answered. its always advisable to have a an open mind when it comes discussions of different cultures- since we believe that there is not right and wrong. Lunch- Our lunch at this time will be Swazi meal with beans and m but usually there is enough even for the vegetarians. At this time its possible to go visit the local school which is nearby but this cannot be guaranteed since there might be not enough time- however will always make arrangement s to visit depending but they are always happy to try. You can stay as long as you like with the family and hang out with the kids since they speak English. After this you will go for a nice gently hike over the hills and discover the village and possible meet ot"""The Best day tour visit to the Rural village in Swaziland.Get to experience the rural village of Swaziland Located in the mountains about 52 km away from the town of Manzini - Swaziland. Get to understand the local communities by actually getting involve local families
From ZAR1,620.00

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Road toll

Getting in from South Africa requires passport control and payment of 5 ZAR for road toll (as of August 2003). This is conveniently done at the local border office and doesn't take long.Nice drive...
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Direct bus to Johannesburg airport

This bus service is very convenient. We had to fly the same day in the afternoon, so knowing that the bus stops in the same airport in its way to Johannesburg, we prefered to spend the first half of...
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Driving through Swaziland

We found it easy to drive around Swaziland. The roads aren't as good as those in South Africa, they were still good enough. The main roads are paved two-lane roads with good signage. There were a few...
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Long distance with minibus

It's easy to move around in Swasiland. The bus stations has a lot of small private buses. Almost all of the minibuses are Toyota Hiace, packed with locals (and a few tourists). Like the rest of...
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Driving through

We entered Swaziland via South Africa's R570, through Shongwe and Jeppe's Reef in South Africa (previously, from Tzaneen and Nelspruit) to Hhohho and Ngonini in Swaziland. We cruised south through...
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Buses from the border

There're handful of minibuses (chapas) readily available at almost all the borders. And some of the borders also offer VIP buses, air-con 60-seater, a much more convenient way to travel. Like I...
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Matsapha Int'l Airport

Swaziland's only airport, and it's very small. Just off Manzini, the gate only open between 7am-7 pm or so. The national airline, Swazi Express, as co-operation flights with South African Airlines....
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Driving in Swaziland

The best way to see around the country is by self-drive. 'Imperials Car Rental', there's an outlet at Matsapha Int'l Airport. Or see more details/alternatives at the Swazi Trails, the one and only...
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Josefdal/Bulembu border crossing

We entered Swaziland through the Josefdal/Bulembu border crossing south of Barberton. We had to drive 44 km on a terrible dirt road to the border and then 25km more to the next paved road in...
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Take the Car

The rental car was fine for travelling through the country. The roads were nowhere nearly as good as those in SA, but they did the trick. The border crossings with SA were the usual confused affairs...
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The local bus to the boarder

The best way to meet the locals is to take the local buses. It´s a fun way to travel. As in th erest of africa you shouldn´t be in a hurry since the buses go when they are full. It´s not expensive to...
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In the parks

To actually get around Swaziland, we actually had a renta car. We rented a car in Cape Town and were returning it in Johannesburg, and to enter into Swaziland and Lesotho, we had to get special...
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roadtax

When travelling by car and crossing the South African / Swaziland border you have to pay a roadtax. Don´t be alarmed, the tax was only 5 Elangeni, which can be payed in South African Rand as 1...
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Any of the MAjor Bus groups...

Any of the MAjor Bus groups get you thereHire a car from South africa, Johannesburg Pretoria area or from Durban==these are the two International Air entry points.It is possible to get from Maputo to...
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