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Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

63 Reviews
Sleeps 86 in 38 rooms

Mlilwane, Swaziland’s pioneer conservation area, is a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in...
Mlilwane, Swaziland’s pioneer conservation area, is a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in Swaziland’s Valley of Heaven, the Ezulwini Valley, in between Mbabane and Manzini. With 24-hour access to the Sanctuary, guests are free to enjoy the neighbouring tourist hubs of Ezulwini and Malkerns, with their many unique attractions and craft shops. From the western boundary, the huge Usutu Forest provides a dramatic backdrop stretching into the distant hills Mlilwane has an outside function area Inkhundla, about 200 meters from the Hippo Haunt restaurant which is suitable for private functions, such as weddings, graduation parties and so on and is often used by members of the Royal Family. It consists of a reed and semi-tin roof, river sand floor, railway sleeper benches, a bar area and has an ablution nearby. Catering can be arranged and the rates of this can be obtained from Big Game Parks central reservations office.

There are three camps on Mlilwane affording visitors a cultural experience, a quiet family retreat as well as facilities for larger groups.

The Rest camp is found in the southern corner of the reserve in the mist of a well matured rehabilitated area, the camp is unfenced yet relatively safe as only smaller species of wildlife occur in the sanctuary. A semi-circle of wooden and beehive huts borders the central of the Rest Camp, with easy access to the reception, restaurant, internet lounge, shop and communal fireplace. To the west the camp overlooks Mhlambanyatsi river valley with its open floodplains and scattered herds of game. This view is enjoyed from the swimming pool,

Shonalanga cottage and traditional mud and thatch rondavels. Separated from the rest of the camp by 100metres is the Beehive Village complex, the Timberlog Dormitory and the informal camping ground. Reilly's Rock Hilltop Lodge is a small, personal.quietly colonial guest house on the sanctuary, amid botanical gardens and busy with birdlife. The lodge is offered on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Sondzela Backpackers offers budget accommodation for individual travelers alike, set in stunning gardens in the secure environment of Mlilwane.

Allow your senses to take in the refreshing surrounding on horseback, mountain bikes, open land-rover tours and foot trails and enjoy the abundant wildlife seen on the plains. The rich birdlife, including the only known protected nestling Black Eagle in Swaziland commonly known as Machobane trail, is a special part of outdoor activity on Mlilwane.
from R740

Hlane Royal National Park

54 Reviews
Sleeps 80 in 25 rooms

Hlane Royal National Park, held in trust for the nation by His Majesty King Mswati III, is situated in the vast bushveld expanse of eastern...
Hlane Royal National Park, held in trust for the nation by His Majesty King Mswati III, is situated in the vast bushveld expanse of eastern and is Swaziland’s largest protected area. Hlane Royal National Park is home to the largest herds of game in the Kingdom at Ndlovu Camp. Hlane, named by King Sobriquet II, with its adjacent dispersal areas covers 30 000 hectares of Swazi bushveld, dominated by ancient hardwood vegetation. Hlane is home to lion, elephant and white rhino, with an abundant and diverse bird life, including the highest density of nesting white backed vultures in Africa.

There is an open-air restaurant and a game-viewing deck where one can sit back and enjoy the view of the waterhole – a perfect place for sundowners, tasty meals and relaxation. Try your hand at tracking the spoor of water buck or even elephant or rhino. The guided walking safari with a Swazi field guide and an inquisitive ostrich or two accompanying you is probably one of the most exciting activity at Hlane Royal National Park. These activities are conducted from Ndlovu camp and often bring the walker into close contact with elephant and white rhino as well as a variety of other game.

A network of self-drive game-viewing roads criss-cross the park’s flat terrain, weaving between the 1000 year old hardwood vegetation and shallow pans which attract great herds of animals during the dry winter months. Guided walking safaris, mountain biking and game drives in Hlane's open Land Rover's are also available. Head for the bush and experience the sights and sounds of Hlane with the roar of Hlane’s lions – the symbol of royalty and the pride of Swaziland.
from R780

Royal Jozini Siqalo Lodge

3 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms

Royal Jozini Big 6 Estate offers bush breaks and tiger fishing, with half day or full day boat charters available, on the Swaziland side of...
Royal Jozini Big 6 Estate offers bush breaks and tiger fishing, with half day or full day boat charters available, on the Swaziland side of Lake Jozini.

Siqalo Lodge inside the reserve, is a large and dramatic lodge with a high thatched roof, offering guests a communal entertainment area with a bar, swimming pool and boma area located at the main lodge, where guests can also utilise the kitchen.

Ideal for couples or small families, guests can sit around a boma fire, braai on the Weber, take a dip in the pool, and crack open a cold beer to watch the sunset.

Siqalo Lodge offers two stand-alone chalets, both with a small kitchenette with gas equipment to boil a kettle or fry eggs and bacon. Hippo lodge sleeps two, whilst Warthog Lodge is a family room, sleeping four people (queen and twin beds). Each little bedroom chalet has a shower en suite and a small kitchenette, as well as a private, covered deck.

This dramatic lodge is situated on the waterfront and with its vast decks to enjoy the outdoors, is a place from where you can enjoy nature at its best.
from R1320

Brookside Lodge

15 Reviews
Sleeps 58 in 17 rooms

Brookside Lodge is an ideal destination or stop-over to explore Swaziland's many tourist attractions. We offer self-catering as well as bed...
Brookside Lodge is an ideal destination or stop-over to explore Swaziland's many tourist attractions. We offer self-catering as well as bed and breakfast accommodation. We also have a restaurant which offers an a la carte menu, with breakfast, lunch and dinner on request.

Children are welcome and will have a lot of fun in their own kiddies pool, playground, and farmyard with rabbits, chickens, guinea fowls, turkeys, geese, ducks, and peacocks.

Facilities include miniature golf, a swimming pool, barbecue facilities, 24 hour security, in-house laundry, daily cleaning service, air-conditioning, fans, and DStv. Conference, wedding, and business meetings as well as family functions are all possible at Brookside Lodge.

In addition, spa treatments, tours, and airport transfers can be arranged at reception.
from R500

Royal Jozini - Brown's Tented Camp

1 Review
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Royal Jozini Big 6 Estate is situated on the Swaziland side of Lake Jozini. Ideal for bush breaks...
Royal Jozini Big 6 Estate is situated on the Swaziland side of Lake Jozini. Ideal for bush breaks or for tiger fishing, Royal Jozini lies at the foot of the Lebombo Mountains on the lake shore. Tiger Fishing charters can be arranged – half or full day fishing excursions on the lake with boat and skipper.

Brown’s Tented Camp is located close to the Marina on the lake shore. It has a fully equipped kitchen with a gas stove and fridge-freezer with a dining area, under cool thatch with tented sides and views to the lake.

There are four twin-bedded sleeping tents and all linen and towels are provided, whilst the ablution block consists of two shower rooms with gas-hot water. A housekeeper comes in daily to clean, wash up and make beds and the camp supplies the first welcome wood supply for your boma fire place.

There are solar lights outside for night time and this camp is ideal for families, friends and fishermen to enjoy Royal Jozini’s pristine bush, wonderful scenery of lake and mountains, abundant birdlife and the chance to catch tiger fish.
from R3000
Lisango Lezulu (meaning Heaven’s Gate) Lodge is a beautiful self-catering lodge located on the...
Lisango Lezulu (meaning Heaven’s Gate) Lodge is a beautiful self-catering lodge located on the slopes of the Lebombo Mountains in the Big 5 designated area of the Royal Jozini Big 6 Reserve. This pristine game reserve is in Swaziland, close to the South African border where Lake Jozini spreads northwards, is an ideal bush breaks getaway, where you can also book a tiger fishing charter (or game viewing from the boat).

Lisango Lezulu has breathtaking views over the valley and to the Jozini Lake in the distance. The main lodge has a large covered patio leading to the pool, viewing deck and braai area.

The lodge offers accommodation in separate bedroom cottages, each sleeping two guests. The bedrooms are all placed for different views; whether it is looking at the mountain range, to the nearby ravine, or down the face of the mountains. The cottages enjoy a cool breeze in summer on the mountainside and each unit is a spacious, separate retreat, built around the boma area.

Designed in the style of farm homesteads at the turn of the last century, with balconies to shelter from the sunshine, the main living area features a modern open-plan kitchen with a dining area, lounge with 3D TV and DSTV, and a covered patio with expansive views to the water. There is also a walk-in pantry, separate scullery and a guest cloakroom.

Go back in time to when life was less rushed, less pressured, and take a peek at heaven
from R5600

Royal Jozini Sweet Thorn Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Sweet Thorn Lodge is a family bush home with stunning views of Lake Jozini from the patios and also...
Sweet Thorn Lodge is a family bush home with stunning views of Lake Jozini from the patios and also of the Lebombo Mountains. This lodge is set back 400 m from the lake, in the bush on a slight rise.

The lodge can accommodate up to eight adults and comprises three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. The main bedroom contains a king-size bed and an en suite, and also features an annex with a single bed and a cot. The second bedroom contains twin single beds, and also features an en suite bathroom. The third bedroom contain twin single beds. In addition, there is a mezzanine level with twin single beds. The third bedroom and the mezzanine room share the third bathroom.

The kitchen is well equipped for self-catering. The comfortable lounge area features a TV to play DVDs, and leads out to a balcony with beautiful views. There is solar lighting and gas for hot water and cooking in this eco-lodge, as well as a boma area.
from R2950

Mphangele Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property...
Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property is privately situated along the Mlawula River where visitors are free to relax or explore the game reserve at their own pace.

Mphangele Lodge has three bedrooms; two of the bedrooms have twin beds with en-suite bathrooms and there is a children’s room with a single bed. The lodge has an open-plan kitchen which is well equipped, a dining room with a dining table and a lounge. There is a large verandah that leads off the living area and overlooks the Mlawula River. It is a peaceful place to sit back and relax while listening to the birds and watching wildlife on the steep ridge on the opposite river bank. There are huge leadwood trees and lush riverine palms which characterize this lodge.

The lodge is equipped with a braai area, stove, microwave, fridge-freezer, skottle, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery. Catering can be arranged by prior arrangement. Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala. There are no dangerous animals in the park other than crocodiles, hippopotamuses, hyena and the occasional leopard therefore tour guides are not necessary. The gate is open from 6am to 6pm.
from R1100

Maguga Lodge

41 Reviews
Sleeps 66 in 12 rooms

You’ll find Maguga Lodge in the heart of the Hhohho region in Swaziland and is ideally situated for proximity to the Kruger National Park...
You’ll find Maguga Lodge in the heart of the Hhohho region in Swaziland and is ideally situated for proximity to the Kruger National Park as well as Mpumalanga Province and Mozambique. Overlooking the shimmering waters of Maguga Dam, the lodge offers the discerning traveler a tranquil retreat.

On offer is stunning accommodation; restaurant and bar; conferencing facilities; weddings and functions venue. Maguga Lodge is fresh, fun. It is the ideal destination to unwind and recapture that sense of calmness which is often lost in our day to day hustle and bustle.

For the adventure seekers, neighbouring Enkhaba Adventures offers the following activities: quad-biking; para-gliding; hiking; abseiling and canoeing. And for those who are not predisposed to adrenaline pumping through their veins; the bird life is rich and varied. Be on the looking for the Fish Eagle as well as Swallows.

Maguga Lodge is the ideal stop-over to exploring Northern Swaziland. The acclaimed Ngwenya Glass factory is within 30 minutes drive. The Peak Fine Craft Centre in Piggs Peak offers wares from Likhweti Kraft; Coral Stephens Hand Weaving; and Tinsaba Crafts. All products are the result of various community based projects aimed at empowering the local women. Maguga Lodge is people about people and truly invites you to stay a while.

We also offer the Shosholoza Boat Cruise for 1 hour at a price of R100 pp.
from R270

Nkhankanka Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property...
Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property is privately situated along the Mlawula River where visitors are free to relax or explore the game reserve at their own pace.

Nkhankanka Lodge is the ideal venue for a larger group. There is a wooden deck that overlooks the Mlawula River pool. The main building has two bedrooms with double beds and two bathrooms. There is a well-equipped kitchen, living area and a separate building with two bedrooms offering double beds and en-suite bathrooms.

The lodge is equipped with a braai area, stove, microwave, fridge-freezer, skottle, pots, pans, crockery and cutlery. Catering can be arranged by prior arrangement. Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala. There are no dangerous animals in the park other than crocodiles, hippopotamuses, hyena and the occasional leopard therefore tour guides are not necessary. The gate is open from 6am to 6pm.
from R1100

Summerfield Botanical Garden

5 Reviews
Sleeps 66 in 32 rooms

Summerfield Botanical Garden is an exclusive and award-winning luxury boutique hotel located in the...
Summerfield Botanical Garden is an exclusive and award-winning luxury boutique hotel located in the picturesque and tranquil area of Matsapha. It is in close proximity to the main tourism attractions, shopping and business centres making this undoubtedly the finest accommodation option in the country.

In this lush haven of peace and tranquility, amid hectares of gently undulating landscaped gardens, you will find four accommodation options. Each room expresses its own character and features stunning views over the botanical gardens. Sumptuously furnished in a chic, sophisticated style that is supremely comfortable and ultimately elegant; the sunlight, space, scents and peace that flood each room gives a unique ambiance.

We offer guests a luxurious retreat where they can relax and immerse themselves in an exquisitely gracious atmosphere. Our accommodation options truly epitomize contemporary classic elegance combined with exceptional, discreetly personalized attention to detail.
from R1198

Hawane Resort

23 Reviews
Sleeps 208 in 63 rooms

An experience away from home does not have to mean doing without. At Hawane Resort, we try to make you as comfortable as possible whether...
An experience away from home does not have to mean doing without. At Hawane Resort, we try to make you as comfortable as possible whether your comfort includes a good book at the pool, archery or horse or mountain bike riding. Our well-stocked toy-box for all ages has a variety of entertainment from board games and DStv to more vigorous outdoor fun. Kids games and babysitting services. We also have a small shop for the little things...sweets, smokes, books, sun block and souvenirs as well.

Our 22 thatched luxury en-suite chalets are a fascinating, inspired blend of traditional Swazi materials and glass panelled front walls creating a delicious combination of warmth and light. Waterways meander through the indigenous landscaped gardens enclosed by a serpentine braided wattle fence.

The feather pillows and down duvets, sheen and linen mixed with hessian and printed cloth complete the cultural/contemporary synthesis unique to our style. Each chalet sleeps two in single or double bed configurations.

The barn backpackers is a beautiful high-ceilinged converted horse stables that has been transformed into a funky dormitory style hostel with showers, toilets and kitchen facilities. We can stable 22 people in 11 twin cubicles, bed configurations are up to the occupants. We provide the linen, blankets, towels and the gorgeous views. Visitors are welcome to make use of the resort restaurant, babysitting facilities, playground and games rooms.

Our renowned restaurant, run by the well-known Ugandan chef, Richard Warangoloo is not only a culinary delight, It is part of the Hawane experience. Thatch, intertwined wood and our huge central fireplace provide the warmth while our step down glass porch with seating brings in the light.

African-fusion cuisine from across the continent grace the menu with a wide selection of vegetarian and spiced dishes to suit all palettes. Feel free to sample something special from our wine cellar. Our hand-picked selection of South African wines and spirits are there for you to enjoy. Kids and bar menus available.

Buhleni Farm Chalets

2 Reviews
Sleeps 48 in 15 rooms

Ezulwini Valley is the prime entertainment area of Swaziland. Buhleni Farm is tucked away on a bushveld fruit farm located within five...
Ezulwini Valley is the prime entertainment area of Swaziland. Buhleni Farm is tucked away on a bushveld fruit farm located within five minutes of the centre of the valley.

Our nine self-catering wooden Chalets are set amidst lush and well-established gardens. Each Chalet has two bedrooms and will sleep up to four people; extra mattresses and cots are available for the kids upon request. Buhleni Chalets are all set apart for privacy and each has its own living room, breakfast nook, braai area and veranda. The units come fully serviced with linen, towels, kitchen facilities and cutlery. A daily cleaning service is provided for your convenience.
from R280

African Violet

2 Reviews
Sleeps 24 in 10 rooms

Whether you need affordable accommodation on business, or a place to relax during your visit to Swaziland, African Violet is the place for...
Whether you need affordable accommodation on business, or a place to relax during your visit to Swaziland, African Violet is the place for you. African Violet is situated in Mdzimba Mountains, in the beautiful Pine Valley area of Swaziland, just a short walk away from the famous Sibebe Rock, the largest granite formation in the world. African Violet is just 5 km from the CBD, making it ideal for business or leisure travellers.

African Violet offers bed and breakfast, backpacker and self-catering accommodation options. Long terms stays and group bookings can also be accommodated.

All rooms offer en-suite bathrooms, braai facilities, and outdoor seating areas. All of the rooms have mountain views. Secure parking is available. Traveller lunch packs, breakfast, and Wi-Fi vouchers are available on request.

African Violet prides themselves on offering personalised stays for each guest, catering to their individual needs.
from R300

Mbuluzi Campsite

6 Reviews
Sleeps 54 in 9 rooms

Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property...
Mbuluzi Game Reserve is a 3000-hectare bushveld paradise in northeast Swaziland and part of the larger Lubombo Conservancy. The property is privately situated along the Mlawula River where visitors are free to relax or explore the game reserve at their own pace.

The Campsite is located above some of the most amazing rapids in the Mbuluzi River. It is rustic and spaciously set out amongst shady trees. Preserving the feel of the African bush, there is no electricity. There are clean toilets and showers with hot water being provided by lighting a fire under the donkey boiler. Firewood is provided. There are several reed enclosures for campers to make use of. Each has a water stand pipe and a braai grid. There are also two very private Campsites located a short distance from the main camp overlooking the Mbuluzi River.

The catering can be arranged by prior arrangement. Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala. There are no dangerous animals in the park other than crocodiles, hippopotamuses, hyena and the occasional leopard therefore tour guides are not necessary. The gate is open from 6am to 6pm.
from R200

Rainbird Chalets B&B

7 Reviews
Sleeps 20 in 7 rooms

Rainbird Chalets Bed and Breakfast is set on a working farm and welcomes the discerning guest, offering a tranquil stay in the magnificent...
Rainbird Chalets Bed and Breakfast is set on a working farm and welcomes the discerning guest, offering a tranquil stay in the magnificent lush and scenic valley of Malkerns. The views are exquisite, with a dam set at the bottom of the garden and the Mdzimba Mountain Range beyond. Malkerns is a Malaria-free area.

The valley is set between Mbabane and Manzini, the two main cities of Swaziland. The beautiful gardens, dam and wetlands are alive with bird life. Bass fishing in the dam on a catch and release basis is very popular. The friendly staff are always on hand to help you. There is a laundry service and one can access the Internet in the main house. There are many good restaurants close by for a choice of lunches and dinners. The airport is a 15-minute drive away and your hosts are more than happy to provide transport if required.

Each chalet boasts either a fully equipped kitchen or a kitchenette for self-catering, air-conditioning, DStv and other luxurious comforts. One can choose from two double room chalets which is ideal for families, or the single room chalets overlooking the dam, ideal for a romantic getaway. All chalets and the double room have private entrances. There are barbecue facilities which is a must to savour the beautiful African sunsets and share your experience with other guests. We offer a pool and dam for those hot summer days. You may even come face to face with our resident otters.

Generous English and continental breakfasts are served on the patio overlooking the swimming pool, sweeping gardens, dam and lush green mountains. For lunch and dinner Bed and Breakfast residents can visit one of the many popular restaurants nearby.
from R1020

Phophonyane Falls Lodge & Nature Reserve

22 Reviews
Sleeps 35 in 11 rooms

Phophonyane Falls Lodge, Swaziland's own unique hideaway is quietly tucked away in its own 500 ha...
Phophonyane Falls Lodge, Swaziland's own unique hideaway is quietly tucked away in its own 500 ha nature reserve in a place of legendary romance and breathtaking natural surroundings. The Phophonyane River runs through the reserve in a series of waterfalls and cascades with the sound of running water providing an ever present sense of calm at the lodge.

A network of walkways lead one from the accommodation through water gardens which merge with the rivers edge onto a spectacular display of one of the world's oldest rock formations (3.6 billion years). The walking trails network within the reserve takes you through the riverine forest interspersed with viewpoints some of which command a view of the majestic Makhonjwa and Gobolondlo Mountain ranges and the Ntfonjeni valley.

The Phophonyane Nature Reserve is home to small mammals such as red duiker, Cape clawless otter, bush buck and a remarkable 230 bird species including the elusive Narina Trogon, purple crested lourie and the wood owl.

Guests at Phophonyane are guaranteed a high level of privacy and personal service. The 26 bed lodge offers accommodation in safari tents, family cottages, luxury beehives and a honeymoon suite, with some self-catering units. Each unit is individually woven into the lush fabric of tall sub-tropical forest. All meals can be enjoyed at the lodge’s renowned and stylishly furnished restaurant, where healthy home-cooked meals and fine wines are a feature. On cool winter nights, a roaring log fire lulls the senses and warms the heart.

Secluded viewing decks, refreshing natural rock pools, and a stunning hilltop swimming pool with views to the distant horizon are further enticing characteristics. Other facilities include a small library, internet room and TV room with DSTV. Phophonyane has one of the most attractive and best stocked crafts shops in Swaziland.

Our guests always comment on the quality and warmth of our team of friendly Swazi staff.

Attractions:
There are a number of nearby attractions. These are:

-a community hiking trail along the ridge of Gobondlo
Mountain.
-The spectacular Maguga Dam where canoe trips can be
arranged.
-Malolotja Nature Reserve, one of Southern Africa’s
prime mountain areas, with excellent hiking and game
viewing.
-Bushman paintings.
-The ‘gap’, where the Komati River disappears
underground.
-Matsamo Cultural Center and Restaurant.
-Peak Fine Craft and Restaurant.
-Orion Pigg’s Peak Hotel and Casino, which offers a
number of facilities to Phophonyane guests, including
riding facilities, mountain bikes, tennis and squash
and gym.
-Bulembu village, an old mining town set in the
mountains, with hiking trails and guided tours of the
village.
-Mondi Forest Plantations which occurs along the
boundary of the nature reserve and offers excellent
jogging and mountain biking trails.

from R1310

Gibela Getaway

14 Reviews
Sleeps 39 in 7 rooms

Gibela Getaway is located just 10 km from Manzini, on 20 hectares of unspoilt land. Situated on a hillside, with the Salugazi River...
Gibela Getaway is located just 10 km from Manzini, on 20 hectares of unspoilt land. Situated on a hillside, with the Salugazi River flowing through, Gibela Getaway offers the perfect setting for a number of outdoor activities and a real African bushveld experience in a safe environment.

Accommodation is available in several self-catering cottages set in a bush environment, affording a relaxing rest from the city buzz. The area is tranquil and scenic, with hiking and birding as one of the main activities. Features also include DStv, daily cleaning services and laundry services, secure parking, barbecue facilities, and a communal swimming pool for guests to enjoy.
from R455

Mabuda Farm

3 Reviews
Sleeps 45 in 11 rooms

Mabuda Farm is a tranquil farm found on top the beautiful Lebombo Mountains, truly a place where time stands still. The wind whispers...
Mabuda Farm is a tranquil farm found on top the beautiful Lebombo Mountains, truly a place where time stands still. The wind whispers tales of forgotten colonial days and the dust clouds drift like shadows behind the old Ford tractors. Mabuda House was built in the early 1930s, and has been farmed for over 100 years.

There is something for everyone to enjoy, from horse riding to fantastic birding amidst spectacular views where you are sure to find yourself captivated. Swaziland has magnificent mountain scenery with unique, ancient rock formations which are a source of fascination for geologists and scholars.

Choose from our traditional 1930s-style thatched rondavels with authentic period décor, or one of our thatched chalets which can accommodate up to four guests each. We also offer facilities for up to 12 backpackers, three campsites with water, electricity, braai facilities and clean and tidy ablutions.

Mabuda Farm is an ideal place for horse riding, with many fields and roads for you to enjoy. Mabuda is also the ideal setting for that special weekend, a few days away from it all. A place for groups to meet up on the way to Mozambique or the perfect stopover en-route north, to the Kruger Park.

There are no TVs, bar or restaurant available on the farm. Activities include the dairy and milking, walks to the lilly pond, bird walks, maize growing, harvesting, a storage and milling tour, a guided tour of the main house by arrangement, bike riding, the swimming pool and exploration of Grandpa's Secret Garden hidden in the thick bush and tucked away into the eastern valley of Mabuda Farm.
from R100

Veki's Village

6 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 6 rooms

Veki's Village is located 4.5 km from Mbabane, off Mountain Drive. We offer six self-catering, fully-equipped and serviced cottages.
Veki's Village is located 4.5 km from Mbabane, off Mountain Drive. We offer six self-catering, fully-equipped and serviced cottages.

Each cottage comprises a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include DStv, Wi-Fi, a cleaning service, laundry, security and a swimming pool.

Veki's Village is here to provide all your accommodation needs. We will ensure you have an enjoyable experience.
from R700
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