Swaziland Family Holiday Surprises

The rich Kingdom will leave you breathless

  • by onRoute
  • Mar 31, 2015
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For the ultimate Swaziland experience, enjoy an overnight stay in a traditional beehive hut.  These are a great alternative for those who prefer the comforts of home. Book a weekend in one of the Kingdom’s luxury huts, complete with electricity, en-suite bathrooms and air-conditioning.

Nature Reserves, Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary areas within Swaziland offer comfortable, self-catering accommodation - from camp grounds to lofted log cabins in the bush, upmarket chalets in the mountains, to luxurious riverside tents on wide wooden decks.  

Swaziland does not disappoint families looking for hotel accommodation. Whether you choose to stay at any of the internationally renowned hotels in the tourist hub of the Ezulwini Valley, or one of the smaller, local hotels and guesthouses, you are guaranteed a comfortable stay, regardless of your budget.

South African families do not need to go very far to enjoy a great holiday. Whether its mountainous scenery or adrenaline pumping activities, The Kingdom of Swaziland offers a holiday to remember.

From stylish, upmarket, colonial style properties, to ‘home stays’ with the members of the community, a unique, warm and welcoming sense of hospitality awaits you at any of Swaziland's guesthouses.

During the summer, rivers become floating playgrounds and adventure seekers of all ages are seen gently bouncing down rivers in inflatable tubes, or shooting the rapids in white water rafts.  Mountain biking trails have been established all over, including trails through many of the Parks and Reserves, where children are able to get up close and personal with the wildlife in the area.  One of the most spectacular ways to see Swaziland is on horseback and outrides through the mountains or plantations are available.

For those wanting a cultural experience, the rich Kingdom will leave you breathless. This tiny Kingdom has managed to retain traditions that date back to pre-colonial times and despite modernity; the people are still true to their cultural roots.