Swaziland, the landlocked country in Southern Africa which is often called Ngwane or Swatini, shares its borders with South Africa and Mozambique. With South Africa as its main trading partner, the currency of Swaziland is pegged to the South African rand. As one of the world’s last absolute monarchies, Swaziland enjoys a high level of civility and peacefulness, even though it faces the same challenges regarding poverty and HIV, as many other African countries. From the administrative capital of Mbabane to Lobamba, the royal and legislative capital of Swaziland: Visitors to Swaziland generally arrive via the Matsapha Airport close to Manzini.
Swaziland boasts a wide variety of beautiful landscapes, ranging from the mountains along the Mozambican border to the rain forest in the northwest and the savannas in the east. If you wish to enjoy a white-water rafting trip Usutu River, watch Hippopotamuses in the beautiful lakes of the Mlilwane Game Reserve or visit Hlane Royal National Park featuring of white rhinos, lions and antelopes: Book your hotel close to any of these attractions now with HRS and profit from the lowest rates available.