Living within a national park on an Eswatini tour provides a truly intimate wildlife experience. You might hear a warthog snort just outside your rondavel hut while zebra and wildebeest graze nearby. A valley opens up from your patio, revealing a herd of frolicking antelopes in Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary. Accommodations at the Ndlovu Camp in Hlane Royal National Park overlook a watering hole frequented by large tuskers and white rhinos. An excellent way to explore Eswatini is to stay at one of the many community-run conservancies or eco-lodges. These projects protect the forests and provide luxury safari tents, while friendly, knowledgeable guides assist you in exploring the country’s biodiversity and unique cultural heritage.
Despite being geographically dwarfed by its neighbours South Africa and Mozambique, the tiny Kingdom of Eswatini holds its when it comes to tourism and cultural exchange. Consult a Vibes Group UK experts to make the most of your holiday time. We are adept at discerning each visitor’s preferences and crafting the ideal itinerary—the combination that, time and again, results in an unforgettable journey.
The scenic vistas begin as soon as you leave Mbabane, the capital of Eswatini, in the direction of Piggs Peak. The Mantenga Cultural Village, located in the green expanse of Mantenga Falls Nature Reserve, hosts dance and music performances for visitors. Local guides share and explain Eswatini culture and traditions at Lobamba Village in the Ezulwini Valley, one of the country’s oldest villages, providing a more comprehensive journey.