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Being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Swaziland attracts more travellers than expected, because of its warm and welcoming atmosphere, hugely diverse range of attractions, unique culture & heritage and overwhelming friendliness. People from all over the world drift here to sense the richness of the culture, safe & stunning landscapes, great range of steamy mountains as well as tumbling green valleys. Holidaymakers spend most of their time in the deep green and uninhabited forests as well as plains that are renowned to hold extraordinary wildlife. There are many wildlife reserves across the country that is home to wildest animal and plant species. No doubt, it is the Africa’s most quite and beautiful land that is known for its inviting environment.
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If you think that music alone can improve anyone’s mood, then just visit Swaziland once, because it can change mood as well as transform your life.
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Travellers embrace the unique and outstanding culture and traditions of Swaziland, which are well-preserved by the native people and ancient tribes. Native people enjoy and celebrate their festivals and events in a great manner; they wear traditional attire and dance on the folk songs that are unmatched and utterly unforgettable. Friendly people of Swaziland tell the stories of their past as well as the complexities and nuances of traditional Swazi life. You can visit many neighbouring villages to observe embedded traditional Swazi culture, Sibhaca dance and colourful embellishments.
If words can create indelible images, then the culture of Swaziland, too.
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Swaziland is renowned for having extremely rich variety of landscapes that holds a great abundance of fauna and flora. The country not only offers stunning wildlife experiences, but also exhibits some 17 protected areas, which are home to a great range of species of lions, rhinos, and elephants. You can choose safari tours, bird-watching tours as well as other adventure tours to experience the real paradise on earth. You will encounter different types of predators here that thrive in the deep jungles. Some of the famous national parks to discover are Malolotja Nature Reserve, Hlane Royal National Park, and Lubombo Conservancy.
If you think that ecology and its variations are easy to understand, then think again because nature and wildlife of Swaziland can hypnotise you!
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You will be surprised by the charismatic land of Swaziland; you will experience outstanding mountain scenery blessed with inspiring rivers, buzzing waterfalls and deep gorges. You can see amazingly distinctive rock formations surrounded by the fertile valleys and African bush. From west to east, all across the Swaziland, you will be stunned by the mountainous Highveld, and low laying areas. To see the dramatization of the landscapes, you must navigate through the highly celebrated Malolotja area and Ezulwini Valley.
If you are all set to enjoy every second of your life, then do not miss to travel Swaziland.
Best time to visit Swaziland
Swaziland has a fairly temperate climate that is pleasant most of the year, even though summers are hot and winters are mild.
Did you know?
Swaziland, consisting mostly of high plateaus and mountains, is in southern Africa.
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