ESWATINI: Driving Tips

ESWATINI: Driving Tips

Here are some tips that may be helpful for you to travel to Eswatini by car: In Eswatini, drive on the left, as in England. At first, you feel weird thinking you’re doing it wrong all the time, but you get used to it. You will also need an international...
ESWATINI: Curiosities

ESWATINI: Curiosities

– Do you know that present-day Eswatini was formerly known as Swaziland? In April 2018 Swaziland changed its name to Eswatini, although today many people still know this country as Swaziland. The reason for the change is mainly linguistic and finally, also for...
ESWATINI: Practical information and its essentials

ESWATINI: Practical information and its essentials

Capital: Mbabane Area: 17.364 km2 Inhabitants: 1.148.130 inhabitants (2019) Population density: 66,12 inhabitants per km2.  Languages: The official languages ​​of Eswatini are English and Swazi. Consider that in this country, 90% of the population belongs to the same...
ESWATINI: The Ezulwini Valley

ESWATINI: The Ezulwini Valley

The Ezulwini Valley is one of the most beautiful places in Eswatini. It is a must stop to learn more about the culture of one of the most traditional countries on the continent. Home to the absolute parliamentary monarchy, this valley is also known as the Valley...
ESWATINI: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

ESWATINI: Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

The Mlilwane Reserve, also known as the Outdoor Paradise of Eswatini, is a 4,560-acre conservation area located in the Ezulwini Valley. The name Mlilwane means small fire in the local language, and the name arose from the numerous fires started by lightning on...