• Safaris

    A black rhino at Swaziland's Mkhaya Game Reserve

    May 26, 2015 Comments Off on Safaris Adventure, Safaris & Wildlife

    Swaziland is a very special place when it comes to wildlife safaris. Africa has many safari destinations, but few that offer the intimacy of game-viewing as in Swaziland. Having escaped the hype of destinations like Kenya and Tanzania, and not subscribing to the upmarket pretentiousness of South African and Botswana

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  • Adventure Caving

    Caving with Swazi Trails

    May 26, 2015 Comments Off on Adventure Caving Adventure, Adventure Caving, home page masonry gallery, Photos

    Adventure Caving is another of Swaziland’s top adventure activities. In fact, Swazi Trails, are the originators of the concept of “Adventure Caving” globally, having been the first to coin the phrase back in 1999, when this activity was initially launched in Swaziland’s Gobholo Cave.

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  • White Water Rafting

    Swaziland Swazi Trails happy travelers

    May 26, 2015 Comments Off on White Water Rafting Adventure, White-water Rafting

    White-water rafting, otherwise known as ‘river-rafting’ has been consideredSwaziland’s #1 adventure activity for over 20 years. Trips depart on a daily basisthroughout the year, with options of Half-day, Full-day and Raft-Abseil-Tube Combo’s available.

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  • Travelling to and from South Africa with children

    here comes trouble!

    May 19, 2015 Comments Off on Travelling to and from South Africa with children News

    As of the 1st of June 2015, South Africa (RSA) is implementing new legislation with respect to the movement of children across South African borders. This affects all minor children travelling between South Africa and Swaziland, as well as between RSA and Mozambique, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Lesotho as well

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  • Swaziland Public Holidays 2015

    Hospitality & Tourism Association of Swaziland

    March 26, 2015 Comments Off on Swaziland Public Holidays 2015 News

    Swaziland celebrates a number of public holidays each year and whilst these do not affect the tourism industry much, as we operate 365 days a year, they are worth noting by travellers for the impacts they might have. Important issues to keep an eye on are whether all shops will be closed or not. On …

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  • Swaziland

    March 13, 2015 Comments Off on Swaziland Video

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  • Stray hippo injures tourist in Swaziland

    hippo attack surviver

    February 6, 2015 Comments Off on Stray hippo injures tourist in Swaziland News

    We were reminded this past week that Africa is a wild place when one of our white-water rafting trips on the Great Usutu River was disturbed by a stray hippo.  On Saturday the 31st January 2015, one of our guests was hospitalized with bite wounds to the upper leg after being toppled from his raft by …

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  • Extended border hours

    Swazi national flag

    December 11, 2014 Comments Off on Extended border hours News

    Border hours have been extended for the festive season to ease traffic flows into and from Swaziland over the festive season. Swaziland attracts large numbers of visitors over holiday seasons, as well as many returning residents coming home to spend the festive season with family members. Our general advice to

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  • hashtag Swaziland Rocks

    November 20, 2014 Comments Off on hashtag Swaziland Rocks News

    Hey, you probably guessed it… and we certainly know it: #swazilandrocks !  In fact it REALLY rocks! There are so many fun, active and totally insane things to do that we often loose track of them. For that very reason we launched the #swazilandrocks hastag – as a means of keeping track of those moments

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  • Ebola in Swaziland – not!

    ebola

    August 26, 2014 Comments Off on Ebola in Swaziland – not! News

    Is there Ebola in Swaziland? Simple answer – “no!”. We are most fortunate to be very far from the area of the current epidemic. However, as Africa is often perceived to be one place by travellers who are unexposed to the vast nature of the African continent and because Ebola is fast becoming a major

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