Relax in eSwatini, a very laid back country with the most friendly people, if you are a visitor you will be surely amazed about the difference between. We have a very interesting set up as to how did the tiny kingdom remained whilst surrounded by South Africa. You will discover rich culture and we have enjoy all the beautiful landscape. This trip is mixed with culture and als local attractions and it will give you an insight about the Swazi people.
You will first stay in Mbabane explore the city , though quite small its very pleasant, if you arrived early in the day( recommended) then you can go start of with the Ngwenya glass which is soon after you enter the border pretty nice place to see, lots of shops to but a T shirt or 2.
If you want the guide to meet you at the Border it done so that you can enjoy and don't have to worry about anything soon as you enter the border.
You will stay in Mbabane in our Bed and breakfast
Have breakfast in the market the following morning, enjoy a short walk in the city.
Head off to EZulwini valley where most of the places to see and do are found. See the museum, the king sobhuza memorial,
Vist the cultural village, enjoy the best dance by the young men and women. After you will go to the local village about 70 km away from urban area where you will understand the life of the Swazi people Learn more about their culture and ways of life. Thought this is a short visit but it will help you understand the basics. A day spent here will be so refreshing.
Ngwenya Glass’ charming complex is set in large indigenous gardens and is considered one of Swaziland’s/Eswatini’s major tourists attractions!
Here a small group of Swazi craftsmen and women – with age old artistry – breath life into enchanting interpretations of the animals and birds of Africa, imbuing each with its own irresistible personality. Witness first-hand the magical art of glassblowing from an overhead balcony. Each item handmade from 100 % recycled glass ! Browse around the adjoining showroom which is well stocked and purchase your little memento of a truly African visit to our Kingdom.