Things to do near
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Four By Four Trails
Badplaas (91.2 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Ebutsini 4x4 Trail is located 50 km from Badplaas; the exact GPS coordinates are unknown and have been placed in Badplaas, so please phone for further details. This is a round-trip trail of 30 km and takes at least one day to complete. The difficulty grading varies between 2 and 3. This self-drive route is suitable for 4x2 vehicles with diff...
Malkerns (6.1 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
From humble beginnings in an old dairy cowshed, Swazi Candles has gained a reputation for producing amazing candles, attracting visitors from far and wide.
Today the industry employs over 200 local people and exports candles all over the world. The principles of Fair Trade are strongly upheld and Swazi Candles are members of World Fair Trade...
Ezulwini Valley (4.6 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Welcome to the Gables shopping centre at Ezulwini Valley, Swaziland's only regional shopping centre where everything comes together in a perfect mix to create a one stop shopping experience: exquisite Restaurants, Shopping, Banks, Cinemas and so much more - enjoy!
Malolotja Nature Reserve (37.5 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Glide through the forest canopy in one of Swaziland’s mountain wildernesses. Close to the famous Malolotja Falls and set within the forested Sihlotswane gorge, the Malolotja Canopy Tour offers a three-hour thrilling adventure.
The tour takes guests zipping across ten slides and a 50m long suspension bridge that crosses the Majolomba River. Eleven...
Overberg (55.2 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
The recently launched Fynbos Trail is a unique nature experience in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom. This three-day, two night 26km trail takes walkers along a beautiful section of recently cut trail in the Walker Bay region meandering through hidden pockets of indigenous forest alive with birds, to Tolkienesque dells of dense lichens,...
Barberton (77.6 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
The Makhonjwa Mountains around Barberton are renowned for their ancient green rocks with their unique scientific record of the pre-history of the earth and for the human stories in pursuit of hidden gold.Also referred to as the ‘Genesis of Life’, its geology includes the best preserved truly ancient rocks on earth. Despite the rocks being 3.5...
Galleries and Museums
Barberton (78.2 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Get bunged up with local knowledge at the Barberton Museum where the geology, mining, Swazi history and general history of Barberton are displayed, as well as Belhaven and Stopforth House Museums, Fernlea Museum and the Block House.Find out about the history of the area dating back 3,500 million yeas before man was able to survive on earth. The...
Barberton (78.4 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
One of the oldest clubs in the country, Barberton Golf Club hosts the popular "Barberton Daisy" Golf Tournament every year. This is an uphill course where one should try to stay out of the buffalo grass which represents the rough.Facilities include a, driving range, bar, halfway house and putting green.Need to know? Barberton Golf ClubHoles: 9Par:...
Barberton (78.9 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Take a slow stroll along the Heritage Walk from Barberton Museum to see a relic from yesteryear. This lovely old locomotive was brought to Barberton on its own steam in 1971, having served on the railway line between Barberton and Kaapmuiden from 1899.
The Barberton Steam Locomotive was manufactured in 1898 by Nielson & Co. for the Cape...
Siteki (83.2 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Mabuda Farm is a historic working farm on the Swaziland Lebombo plateau. The dairy has been in operation since 1940 and some dwellings on the farm are close to 100 years old.
Four By Four Trails
Barberton (84.8 km from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary)
Eureka City is an easy 4x4 trail located 10 km from Barberton. The trail has a grading of 2 and is 25 km long. It takes approximately 5 to 6 hours to complete. A 4x2 vehicle with diff lock, low range gear and high clearance is permitted. This is a one-way trail with fantastic scenery; geological wonders, gold mines, old rock formations and...