Traditional Markets of Swaziland The traditional markets are a great place to get chatting to the locals. Traditional materials are still being used to create innovative designs to appeal to both international and local markets. Beautiful jewellery made by the local women has been used as traditional cultural dress and here it lines the stalls.
Category Archives: Swaziland
Our first stop in Swazliand was Ezulwini. The minibus from Johannesburg airport dropped us at the gates. We were welcomed by friendly faces who knew the ins and outs of swaziland, some of them locals. The hostel, Lidwala, was very comfortable and “luxurious” and it was strategically positioned so all the most important tourist attractions
You may have never heard of Swaziland, but it’s rich culture and natural beauty has proven to us that this country is a must in the travel bucket list. Swaziland is a small country with a lot to give. Landlocked by South Africa it is home to the Swazi people and it is one of
As backpackers, we realise that safaris are a serious expense. Seeing a zebra or a hippo had just been taken off the budget traveler bucket list! But fear no more! We found some fantastic budget options where you would be spending between $40 to $80 dollars a day! Not bad for a guided safari with
Travelling: its all about the people The vast African continent stretches from the jungles of the Congo to the desolate savannah. It’s a continent that had always been sort of a mystery to us. Our main focus was on the abundance of wildlife and the intriguing natural environments. But on arrival in Cape Town, and