- Capital: Mbabane
- Area: 17,364 km²
- Languages: English and siSwati
- Where to visit: Mlilwane, Mkhaya and Mbuluzi.
- Wildlife to spot: rhino, warthog, giraffe and Narina Trogon.
Travel to reserves where others hardly visit and escape back to nature.
There are short travelling distances between wildlife reserves, craft markets, community ventures and other attractions. So there’s more time to relax by waterholes, spend time with locals and watch culturally invigorating events. It’s a fascinating, safe and friendly destination.
Eswatini is also an adventurer’s paradise. There are many alternative activities to incorporate into your itinerary; hiking and walking safaris, mountain biking in reserves, horse riding amongst wildlife, canopy tour in the highveld and white water rafting the Utusu River.
We specialise in Eswatini. Jenny Bowen, Director of Sense Earth, often guides group trips to the Kingdom.
Eswatini is a personal and off the beaten track destination and was voted one of the Top 10 Destinations to visit in 2020 by Lonely Planet.
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