Activities in the Area
Located around 10km outside of Mbabane, Sibebe is the largest exposed granite pluton in the world. Although different in their geology, Sibebe is second only to Ayers Rock in Australia as the largest freestanding rock in the world.
Ngwenya Glass make a range of beautiful hand made ornamental glassware from 100% recycled glass in a Fair Trade registered factory.
Visit the factory and see the ornaments being hand made.Ngwenya Website
Mlilwane Game Reserve
Swaziland's pioneer conservation area and a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in the Kingdom's Ezulwini Valley, 'Valley of Heaven'. Located between Mbabane and Manzini Bike & Horse trails available.
Mantenga Falls & Cultural Village
Mantenga Falls are Swaziland's best-known falls, and the largest in terms of volume of water (95m high). The Cultural Village, a living museum of old traditions and represents a classical Swazi lifestyle during the 1850s.
The traditional Swazi dancing is the highlight of the visit Mantenga Information
Baobab Batik & Swazi Candles
The beautifully intricate designs of Swazi Candles use the ancient technique known as "millifiore". Millefiore, or, "thousand flowers", first surfaced in Alexandria, but was perfected in the great glass making cities of Murano and Venice. Glass beads and other objects created there were of such beauty and finesse that they became much sought-after, valuable artifacts.
Baobab Batik (next door), offer Hand crafted Batik cloth. Swazi Candles Website
Malalotja Game Reserve & Canopy Tour
Malolotja’s hiking trails rank among Southern Africa's finest as they offer not only the solace of true wilderness with magnificent rugged country, but also a fascinating variety of fauna and flora.
Take a unique trip through the forest canopy. Malalotja Information
Mkhaya Game Reserve
A magnificent unspoilt wilderness, haven to endangered species which roam the African bush in Swaziland's premiere game reserve.
Stone Camp Accommodation Mkhaya Website
Hlane Game Reserve
Hlane Royal National Park, home to the largest herds of game in the Kingdom, encompasses 22,000 hectares of Swazi bushveld dominated by ancient hardwood vegetation. Home to Lion, Elephant, White Rhino, Giraffe and a whole host of other species,.