The compact and landlocked nation of Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, is Africa’s last absolute monarchy. Travellers have a tendency to incorporate this diminutive kingdom into a South African itinerary, often using it as a convenient link between South Africa‘s Kruger National Park and the scenic province of KwaZulu-Natal – totally understandable given this is the fastest route between the two, and you get the added bonus of a new country and a new stamp in your passport.
But to really do Eswatini justice, you should consider staying at least a week. The country may be compact in size, but it’s a land of diverse landscapes and cultural richness. This year Eswatini celebrated 55 years of independence, and now is the perfect time to discover this captivating country.
The list of things to do in Eswatini is as diverse and unique
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