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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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Swaziland Earth tremor

• May 27, 2012
earth quake in Swaziland

Swaziland experienced an earth tremor this evening the 27th May 2012 – at approximately 20h58. It was a light tremor by most accounts, but still caused a fair amount of twittering and Facebook comments. Why? Well probably because such occurrences are few and far between in our neck of the woods.  Swaziland happily sits in […]

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Border hours extension Easter 2012

• April 4, 2012
Border hours extension Easter 2012

Border hours at four Swaziland’s border posts with South Africa have been extended for the upcoming Easter holiday. These borders are one’s that experience the heaviest flow of traffic during this annual long-weekend break. According to Acting Principal Secretary in the Swaziland Ministry of Home Affairs, Andrew Masilela, the border posts that will have their […]

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Cross-border ferry

• April 1, 2012
Cross-border ferry

Swazi Trails is pleased today to announce its appointment as the official reservation agents for the soon to be launched Maputo-Manzini Cross-border Ferry. The ferry will provide a new and efficient means of travelling between Mozambique and Swaziland. The ferry, which is based on hovercraft technology will initially operate one return trip per day between […]

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Earth Hour Swaziland

• March 31, 2012
Earth Hour was celebrated in Swaziland

Tonight we’ll be joining like-minded folk from all over the world in celebrating Earth Hour here in Swaziland! Why? Because its something we believe in. This covers both our concern for the environment and our belief that people can make a positive impact. Earth Hour is a great opportunity to reflect on where we are […]

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School in a bag

• March 28, 2012
Sustainable tourism is built around relationships

We recently got to bring some pleasure to a remote community in rural Swaziland. The occasion was the distribution of donated school bags and equipment to pupils of Mphaphati Primary School. Whilst we at Swazi Trails can’t claim to have been responsible for anything other than helping to distribute this thoughtful donation, we certainly got […]

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