Meaning ‘place of heaven’, lush Ezulwini Valley is home to rivers, hot springs and the rugged Lugogo Mountains.
Visit Nsangwini, where San Bushmen paintings cover the rocks; discovered in 1955, they’re anywhere from 400 to 4,000 years old.
Great Usutu River:
Tackle the Grade Ill rapids of Swaziland’s largest and greatest white-water river; look out for crocs, too.
Hlane Royal National Park:
Spot an impressive array of wildlife (elephants, rhino, lion and more) in Swaziland’s largest protected area.
Malolotja Nature Reserve:
Hike, bike or simply stay put and keep an eye out for some of the 280 bird species found in this scenic mountain wilderness.
The world’s largest granite dome, topped with wild flowers.
Mkhaya Game Reserve:
Get close to game in this exclusive reserve, home to excellent guides and plush camps.