• A Caving adventure in Swaziland

    Pioneers of Adventure Caving

    Swazi Trails were the first company globally to coin and start using the term “Adventure Caving“. The concept is now used in many countries worldwide including the South Africa, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. Adventure Caving is a lot more demanding than standard walk-in, walk-out caving tours and requires some mastering of basic Read More
  • Go big... or go home!

    Go big… or go home!

    White-water rafting on Swaziland’s Great Usutu River. Founded in 1991, this is Swaziland’s longest running and most popular adventure activity. Challenge Grade III and Grade IV rapids using 2-man inflatable rafts. Trips depart through-out the year. Guaranteed departures for only 2 persons! Bookable online. Options of 1/2 day and full day trips.  Winter Combo option Read More
  • Elderly woman in traditional dress perform a cultural dance in Swaziland

    Swaziland = real African culture

    Swazi people take a great pride in their culture and traditional heritage. To get an indepth appreciation of this, Swazi Trails, have a unique guided tour known as the Taste of Swaziland tour. Read More
  • Make sure you're somewhere special when you're on holiday

    What will you do tomorrow?

    That's the question! Don't let a single day go by without doing something simply 'WOW"! Weekend and holiday days are even more precious. We'd like to help you make them memorable. Read More

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On top of ‘The Execution Rock’

• April 3, 2014 • Comments (0)
On top of 'The Execution Rock'

At eight o’clock we took our bicycles from Swazi Trails in Ezulwini. Together with Phil, my friend and colleague, we started our adventure towards the summit of the well-known ‘Execution Rock’. After a nice 6 kilometres ride through the small communities we entered the gate of the Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary. After paying a small amount […]

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Swaziland Airport Tax increase

• April 1, 2014 • Comments (0)
Swaziland's Matsapha Airport

The Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) has announced that airport taxes are increasing as of the 1st May 2014. The the existing fee of E 50.00 will be increasing to E 100.00 for all passengers travelling between Swaziland and South Africa. E 1.00 = ZAR 1.00. Currently Airlink Swaziland is still operating from Swaziland’s Matsapha […]

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MTB Cultural Trail

• March 17, 2014 • Comments (0)
MTB Cultural Trail

Friday morning I went on a mountain bike trip with Swazi Trails around the Ezulwini Valley. We were lucky that the weather was amazing compared to the last couple of weeks. Together with Charlie from the USA we started our journey by riding smoothly on our bikes through the valley. Our first stop was by […]

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Swaziland Extended Border Hours 2013

• December 20, 2013 • Comments (0)
Swaziland Extended Border Hours 2013

As with past years, Swaziland is extending its border opening hours for the peak traffic flow days preceding Christmas.  In this regard the Swaziland Ministry of Home Affairs has announced that the following border posts will be open for longer hours than usual. Border gates that are affected by the extension of operating hours are: […]

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facebook 5000th

• May 3, 2013 • Comments (0)
swazi Trails on facebook

We have a lot of fun with our Swazi Trails facebook page.  So consequently we celebrate certain milestones. Right now we see that we’re approaching 5000 fans. That’s a fairly solid number for a little adventure company in a pretty little (but kick-arse) country, so we’re really stoked about that. So stoked in fact, that […]

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Pictures do not lie

• April 21, 2013 • Comments (0)
Caving adventure in Swaziland

Adventure Caving is one of our most popular activities in Swaziland.  However, most people have no real idea what to expect on a caving expedition. The fact is that caving images are still not as common in mainstream media as let’s say: white-water rafting, quad-bike riding, abseiling or mountain-biking. Adventure Caving is not for the […]

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Team-building for New Hope

• April 21, 2013 • Comments (0)
Teambuilding with Swazi Trails

Team-building has become a major part of our business at Swazi Trails and over the years we’ve had the privilege of working with many teams of individuals from companies and organisations, both big and small.  Whilst our aim is to facilitate events and insights that are inspiring and boost team performance and morale, we ourselves […]

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One of our better seasons

• April 14, 2013 • Comments (0)
High water level on the Great Usutu River Swaziland

The 2012/2103 summer season has definitely been one of our better seasons in terms of water level for white-water rafting. Constant and regular rainfall throughout the season from October right through to April has ensured that Great Usutu River has maintained full and bouncy water levels on a consistent basis. The Great Usutu or Lusutfu […]

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Bulembu Museum

• October 18, 2012
Bulembu Museum Swaziland

Bulembu Village is one of our favourite places in Swaziland, accessible via Piggs Peak or via a stunning pass over the mountains from Barberton. This scenic ex-mining town has been revitalised by Bulembu Ministries as a functional community based around a number of income-generating projects. The focal point is sustaining an orphanage programme that gives […]

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Vacant positions

• October 15, 2012
Vacant positions

Swazi Trails is looking to fill some vacant positions in the next few weeks. If this is something you are interested in please go to our application page: Swazi Trails Jobs Applications for these position are only being accepted online. This is part of our commitment towards becoming an entirely paperless business. So join us […]

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