The small and powerful kingdom of the Swazi people, in a mountainous landscape opening onto dense savannahs populated by rhinos, lions and giraffes, is the cradle of southern African tradition. Here, court rituals have been perpetuated for centuries and are revived in the wild reed dances, skilled artisans craft glass and candles, and the bustling frontier markets are a lively melting pot of different languages and ethnicities.
Day 1 :
In search of the lions of Hlane Park.
Day 2 :
Handicraft villages and Swazi cultural dances.
Day 3 :
Following rhino tracks in the Mkhaya Reserve.
Day 4 :
Last safari before returning to the Mozambican capital.