Hiking Swaziland

What better way to explore the highlands, forests and nature reserves of Swaziland than on foot!

The rugged terrain and rock formations of Ngwempisi offer adventurous hikers an off-the-beaten track trail.

Join a guided hike in the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary or an up close and personal encounter with game such as blue wildebeest, blesbok, zebra and impala on the trails of the Malolotja Nature Reserve.

In the Shewula Nature Reserve, hikers have the opportunity to discover Swazi…

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Hiking in Swaziland
Swaziland Hiking

What better way to explore the highlands, forests and nature reserves of Swaziland than on foot!

The rugged terrain and rock formations of Ngwempisi offer adventurous hikers an off-the-beaten track trail.

Join a guided hike in the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary or an up close and personal encounter with game such as blue wildebeest, blesbok, zebra and impala on the trails of the Malolotja Nature Reserve.

In the Shewula Nature Reserve, hikers have the opportunity to discover Swazi culture. In the north-east, trails in the Mlawula Nature Reserve provide intimate encounters with nature and wildlife. Or walk along the river at Mantenga and up the peaks overlooking the Ezulwini Valley.

For a new experience, visit the geological wonder of Sibebe.

There is something for every type of hiker in the tiny but mighty kingdom of Swaziland!

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Ngwempisi Hiking Trails - Swaziland

A one-hour drive south of Mbabane through the fertile and beautiful Malkerns Valley to Mankayane, one of Swaziland's oldest towns, takes adventure seekers to one of the most ruggedly beautiful areas of Swaziland. Ngwempisi Trails offers a challenging and off-the-beaten track trail for adventurous hikers who enjoy community interaction. Hiring and feeding a local guide is necessary for all trails...

Chubeka Trails - Hiking - Swaziland

Adventure in real African Bushveld! Chubeka Trails in Swaziland offers you the privilege of traversing land dedicated to the restoration of Swaziland’s flora and fauna. Marvel at the modern-day miracle of the reintroduction of 22 species that once roamed this Royal Kingdom. What’s more, each activity is a thrill in its own right, with emphasis on a sense of place, a keen understanding of and...

Shewula Mountain Camp - Swaziland

Perched atop the Lubombo Mountains, just 20 minutes from the Lomahasha border post with Mozambique in the far north of the Lubombo Route, is the incomparable Shewula Community Reserve and Mountain Camp. The camp is a successful community venture offering four furnished rondavels, kitchen, ablution block and camping site. Hot water, gas-powered fridges and stoves are available, and you can choose...

Sibebe Hiking Trails - Swaziland

Often compared to Australia’s Uluru (Ayers) rock, the geological wonder of Sibebe is, at some 3 billion years old, more than three times as old as its Australian counterpart. But while Uluru attracts in the region of 500 000 visitors a year, Swaziland’s Sibebe Rock offers, for the moment, peace and solitude as you wonder the trails that have been marked out across its span. These provide the...