Mbabane (/ˌʌmbɑːˈbɑːneɪ/; Swazi: ÉMbábáne) is the capital and largest city in Swaziland. With an estimated population of 94,874 (2010), it is located on the Mbabane River and its tributary the Polinjane River in the Mdzimba Mountains. It is located in the Hhohho Region, of which it is also the capital. The average elevation of the city is 1243 meters. It lies on the MR3 road.
Restaurants in Mbabane
4 based on 93 reviews
Set in the natural tranquility of the Ezulwini Valley, the trio of the Royal Swazi Spa Valley beckons guests from all corners of the world. The complex consists of the elegant Royal Swazi Spa, Ezulwini Sun, as well as the Lugogo Sun. The Casino is situated within the Royal Swazi Sun. Residents of the Royal Swazi Sun, Ezulwini Sun and Lugogo Sun, have free access to the Casino upon presentation of their hotel resident cards.
The hotel is tired and will be removed from our list of places to stay. The shower barely worked, the plug in the basin did not fit too large, really fun shaving. Bed switches for room broken and safe not bolted in anymore, cupboards. Carpets and rooms old. The planters Restuarant that was brilliant has now moved into the average category at best, breakfast average. But pricing expensive, this is a classic case of something being great and now mismanaged and poorly maintained
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. Join us on a great adventure! The Mkhaya Endangered Species outing includes spending a full day in an open Landrover watching black rhino, elephant, buffalo, tsesebe, giraffe and much more. Enjoy a waterhole refreshment stop and a venison lunch in an exclusive bush camp.
We saw everything we had come for Rhino, hippo, giraffe, zebra and were in an open land rover, when we saw a tortoise moving relatively quickly. Ah the guide said when the tortoise moves like that we will have rain. We did that is life. Go there whatever the weather.
4 based on 44 reviews
Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. But there is so much more to explore! Shops such as Traditional Swazi Craft Markets will definitely appeal to all. There are two traditional Swazi craft markets close by - one at the Royal Swazi Sun's entrance, and another along the main road, next to the Ezulwini Sun.
Whilst this type of appearance may have been acceptable 20 years ago, the local tourism industry should do something about the appearance of these markets. The stock is repetitive and prices fixed. These markets are for foreigners who want something from Africa. The dresses were all oversized.
4 based on 24 reviews
Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. Experience Swazi arts and crafts by spending a half-day visiting the variety of markets in Ezulwini Mantenga, Mlilwane and Malkerns, including the unique Candle Factory. An alternative route can be taken via Ezulwini Valley up to Mbabane City, Motshane and the Ngwenya Glass Factory where one can see the Swazi glass blowers exercising their skills.
Unfortunately it was raining when we were there so all the outdoor vendors were closed, but there were still enough shops to buy goodies. Our favorite was the Swazi candles, such beautiful designs, and the baobab batik is stunning. The café makes delicious food, so plan your trip for lunch.
3.5 based on 40 reviews
At the end of a short journey, awaits Africa’s jewel – the kingdom of Swaziland, one of the three remaining monarchies in Africa. His Majesty King Mswati III invites you to experience the majestic wonder of his country & the hospitality of all his people. One of Africa’s best kept secrets, Swaziland’s mountainous grandeur, lush Forests, and the fertile Valleys of the African lowveld will take you back to the days before time existed.The Royal Swazi Spa, Ezulwini Sun and Lugogo Sun are situated in the lush Royal Swazi Spa Valley. Only a 5 minute courtesy shuttle drive from one another, they offer you the chance to enjoy all the superb facilities and activities on offer. Beyond the classic pursuits like tennis, volleyball, lawn bowls, squash and snooker, there are a number of fascinating historical, cultural, wildlife and adventure trails to explore at your leisure. From a magnificent 18-hole golf course, a tranquil spa, a vibrant casino and a variety of fantastic restaurants to the fully supervised children’s club, Kamp Kwena, what more could you ask for?
We enjoyed a very pleasant stay at this old, but friendly and welcoming hotel valley..It is is not luxurious but very clean and neat, and the staff are very helpful. The dinner buffet offers a splendid variety and the breakfasts are good. The atmosphere in the bar is pleasant and relaxing. We can recommend this hotel.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. But there is so much more to explore! We invite you to join us on the Mlilwane Hogs and Hippo Trail. Enjoy half a day of stunning scenery and witness a hippo spectacle with abundant bird and wildlife viewing. This trail includes a stop at craft centres and a rest camp with light refreshments.
Good food, excellent facilities, friendly service. Animals wandering through the camp, a wide choice of activities, open air dinners overlooking the hippo pool, clean well appointed accommodation, camping and self catering available. Overall a very pleasant place to visit, to be highly recommended.
4 based on 17 reviews
4 based on 13 reviews
Swaziland has a rich history, and provides a myriad of activities to suit each individual preference. But there is so much more to enjoy! Join us in tracking lions on the Hlane Big Cats tour. This includes a full day tracking lion, cheetah and leopard in the Hlane Royal National Park, with an optional walking safari. Lunch and light refreshments are served.
My wife and I had the very awesome oppertunity to have stayed at this nature reserve once. We stayed in the camp with the restaurant and the oil lamps as they don't have electricity in this camp. The hippos were about 150 meters away from us only seperated by a 4 foot high electric fence. Throughout the night we you could hear them. I sat late into the night at the fire and listen to the sounds of the night. The next day we took a game drive in an open ranger vehicle, got very close to lions, elephants, saw plenty of game and had a great time. I recommend you go there and stay a night or two at the camp without electricity and experience Africa as you should without 21st century luxury.The 8 sleeper chalets were very affordable at R400.00 per night. The restaurant food was good enough for me being the person that I am.
3.5 based on 25 reviews
nice stay, friendly, pleasant scenery Visit also the Cultural village, with dance and music, 2 times a day, great to recommend
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Luxury affordable transportation between Johannesburg and Swaziland every day. Three trips a day, seven days a week no matter the weather. Reclining Seats, internet, complimentary drink and snack, individual air-conditioning, remote payment options. Timely departures, efficient & reliable service. Comfort and Convenience.
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