Malolotja National Park in Swaziland (North West) is one of the most impressive mountain parks in Southern Africa. With its great variety of wild-flowers and rare plants, Malolotja National Park in Swaziland is a botanist's paradise. Also home to 280 species of birdlife, and 63 species of mammals, including a number of rare species, Malolotja National Park is perhaps the last unspoilt mountain region remaining in Swaziland. A spectacular feature of the Malolotja National Park are the the Swaziland Malolotja Falls. The Malolotja River rises in the east, and meanders its way through the Swaziland highveld before tumbling over numerous waterfalls, including the highest waterfall in Swaziland, the Malolotja Falls, then it cuts its way through a steep sided gorge to meet the Swaziland Nkomati River, some 900m below.
In nearby Hawane you can indulge in culinary delights by the Taste of Africa Restaurant, who provide award winning African-fusion cuisine from across the continent. To the south of the Swaziland Malolotja National Park lies Mbabane, the capital and largest city in Swaziland, where you'll find plenty of hustle and bustle, with comfortable Swaziland bed & breakfast accommodation provided by the aptly named Eden Guesthouse, and the Red Berry bed & breakfast in Swaziland, which overlooks the magnificent Sibebe Rock and Pine Valley of Mbabane. If you're looking for Swaziland hotel accommodation in Mbabane, the Mountain Inn is the choice for comfort, convenience and breathtaking views embracing the grandeur of the Swaziland Ezulwini Valley. Swaziland accommodation is in short supply during the Swaziland Reed Dance festival and an array of Malolotja accommodation, Mbabane Guest house accommodation, Hotels, self catering and Ezulwini self catering accommodation and bed and breakfasts can be found on Where to Stay
On the road north from Malolotja National Park to Piggs Peak, is the Swaziland Maguga Dam, well known for its excellent bass fishing, and home to Lightleys Holiday Houseboat accommodation in Swaziland, where you can be 'Captain of your own Swazi holiday'.
Malolotja National Park's nearby points of interest are the Ngwenya Glassworks (10.11km); Swaziland Harvest Festival (18.30km) - or 'The Ncwala', usually held in December or January, the first fruit ceremony is considered to be the most sacred and colourful of all the Swaziland ceremonies in which the King plays a dominant role. If you're visiting Swaziland in August, the annual Swaziland Reed Dance (18.30km), is a spectacular annual event attracting thousands of spectators from across the globe to the Kingdom of Swaziland.