About Swaziland 

Swaziland, officially known as the Kingdom of Eswatini since 2018, is a small landlocked country located in Southern Africa, bordered by South Africa to the west and Mozambique to the east. With a rich cultural heritage and stunning landscapes, Swaziland offers visitors a glimpse into traditional Swazi life, with vibrant ceremonies, colorful festivals, and intricate handicrafts showcasing the nation’s cultural pride. The country’s diverse terrain ranges from mountainous regions in the west to low-lying plains in the east, providing a habitat for a variety of flora and fauna. Despite its small size, Swaziland boasts several nature reserves and parks, including Hlane Royal National Park and Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, where visitors can experience the country’s natural beauty and encounter indigenous wildlife such as rhinos, elephants, and antelopes.