Highlights: Maguga Dam road, Ngwenya Glass project, King Sobuza II memorial Park, visit to a traditional Swazi village, Swazi Candle project, arts & crafts, spectacular scenery...
Number of people: 2 (Minimum) - 12 (Maximum) per vehicle
Departs from: MALELANE TOWN (safe parking available)
Duration: Full Day, 10-12 Hours
Price per person: from ZAR 1 950.00
Included: Return transfers to/from Swaziland, Tour in luxury air-conditioned vehicle, Light lunch, Services of Registered Tourist Guide
Excluded: Soft and alcoholic drinks, expenses of personal nature
Please note: PASSPORTS ESSENTIAL! No VISA required for entry into the Kingdom of Swaziland by passport holders from most countries (please check with us at time of booking).
Guests will be collected from their accommodation establishments early morning and head towards the Jeppes Reef border post.
Enter the Kingdom of Swaziland after border crossing formalities and head towards the Ezulwini Valley, via the scenic Magugua Dam road, app 1.5 hours' drive away.
Upon reaching the newly completed MR3 Highway that leads to the capitol, Mbabane, a short detour will be made to stop at the famous Ngwenya Glass factory where the glass blowers can be viewed at work, numerous arts & crafts shops await, and clean restrooms are available.
Return to the MR3 Higway and proceed towards Mbabane where we take the ring road around the outskirts of town to the Ezulwini Valley, roughly translated as Heavenly Valley...home to the well known Shebas Breasts Mountain Peaks and Execution Rock!
Depending on the size of the group and the day of the week, expect to see any of the following: King Sobuza II Memorial Park, Swazi Candle factory complex, local market, Mantenga arts and crafts, Baobab Batik, House on Fire complex, Guava Gallery, Mantenga Cultural Village.
A lunch stop (included - drinks for own account) will be made during the course of the day at a local restaurant. The Ezulwini Valley offers not only spectacular scenery and amazing arts and crafts, but also friendly people, interesting history and great food!
Guests will return to South Africa late afternoon.