Mabuda or "Place of Dreams" is a romantic corner of the beautiful Lebombo Mountains. This is an historic farm: 1930's decor and atmosphere are evident everywhere you look. The farm produces maize and beef, and with the dairy, the oldest in ...
Lituba Lodge is set in a beautiful and tranquil rural setting where it nestles beneath the shadow of the Lubombo mountains just off the main road between Big Bend and Siteki. Just 25 minutes drive from the new Sikhuphe International Airport, and is on
Ndumo Game Reserve is situated in Maputaland near Tembe Elephant Park on the Mozambique border. The Usuthu River forms its northern boundary, and the Pongola River flows through the reserve to its confluence with the Usuthu River. The reserve is 10 117 ha
The Royal Villas Swaziland offers award winning accommodation, conference facilities and fine cuisine all year round.
The lodge is situated among natural surroundings at the foot of Sheba's Breasts Mountains overlooking the legendary "Execution Rock". 39 rooms are tastefully furnished each with their own en-suite bathroom...
On the slopes of the Lebombo Mountains in the soon-to-be Big 5 designated area of the Royal Jozini Big 6 Reserve, Lisango Lezulu has breath-taking views over the valley and to the Jozini Lake in the distance. With a cool breeze in summer on the mountai
Palmeiras Guesthouse in Maputo is an ideal place to relax and recharge, whether you’re here on business or visiting Maputo for leisure. After the day’s business meetings, or taking in the sights of Maputo City, returning to Palmeiras is like coming home.
Mountain Inn is the executive and diplomat's choice for comfort, convenience and information networking. Swaziland's most personal hotel-situated only 4kms from Mbabane center - is a professional, yet family run establishment.
At the end of their quiet bush road, Ekuthuleni Lodge is positioned in the nature reserve area of Royal Jozini Big 6, taking full advantage of the magnificent views of the Lebombo Mountains. Set in an area of bush favoured by Royal Jozini's family of g
This was the first lodge to be built at Royal Jozini and Siqalo means "First Born". Watch for the unique lampshades (some are hand embroidered) and the original artworks, in this spacious bush home.
On the edge of Lake Jozini, Imvubu (named because a hippo used to sleep at the lodge site) has five spacious air-conditioned, en-suite bedrooms. Four have queen size beds and one room has bunk beds. All en-suites have a bath and outside shower and the
Bushwillow Lodge has four bedrooms and is on a slight rise set back from the water, with magnificent mountain and lake views. With solar and gas for power, this eco-friendly home has been thoughtfully equipped for guests' comfort
Recently upgraded and situated on the waterfront just North of the new Marina area, Brown's tented camp is nestled in amongst the acacia bushveld below the Lubombo mountain range. With sweeping views across Jozini Dam and incomparable sunsets
10 Chalets privately positioned with breathtaking views of Lake Jozini and the Lebombo Mountains. Ideally located to break the long journey from Kruger Park or Johannesburg to KwaZulu Natal resorts. You will be disappointed only with a one night stay...
All guests can be assured of a comfortable and relaxing stay. For those who want to break away from the day to day routine we can offer scrumptious meals at our restaurant.
Experience the only Game Viewing and Tiger Fishing Houseboats in South Africa on one of its largest dams, Lake Jozini (aka Pongolapoort Lake), on the KwaZulu- Natal North Coast, 3.5 hrs drive from King Shaka International Airport, north of Durban..
Accommodation comprises of 64 upmarket, spacious en-suite bedrooms all individually decorated in a stylish fashion of its own. All rooms are air-conditioned, equipped with a colour TV with DStv-channels and a modern telephone system.
Lying in the heart of rural Swaziland, Siteki is the Administrative Capital
of the Swaziland Lebombo Area, and is about a two hour drive from Mbabane, the
capital of Swaziland. Mbandzeni, the present King Mswati III's great grandfather
named the town Siteki, which in Swazi means the "marrying place", when he gave
his troops permission to perform marriage ceremonies.
Dont miss the Swaziland Lonhlupekho Craft Market in Siteki, where the Swazis sell a wonderful array of traditional crafts and curios. Vendors at the Swaziland Siteki market are also more than happy to talk about the area, and this makes the market a great place to learn about the real Swaziland from those who know it best.
The main street in Siteki is also the location of many interesting and lively Swaziland restaurants, and if you're looking for hotel accommodation in Siteki, the Siteki Hotel proves to be an ideal stop-over for travellers making their way from Kwazulu Natal to northern Mozambique. For Siteki guest farm accommodation, Mabuda Farm or "place of dreams", lies in a romantic corner of the beautiful Lebombo Mountains, and is the ideal setting for a few days away from it all.
For traditional fare, the Swaziland Siteki Lituba Lodge Restaurant, which looks out over the Swaziland lowveld bush and the nearby Lebombo Mountains, offers a blend of hearty Swazi food, and fresh seafood from nearby Maputo in Mozambikque,on the Indian Ocean.
Siteki is well known for its Inyanga and Sangoma School, a Swaziland government managed facility which trains healers and diviners. Not far from Siteki, the Muti-Muti Nature Reserve is where the practitioners harvest the variety of herbs they use in their traditional medicine.
The Swaziland Muti-Muti reserve is host to moist belt forests, Kiaat woodlands, rocky plateaus, cliffs and open savannah, and on a clear day one can see across the entire breadth of Swaziland in the west, and across the floodplains of Mozambique situated in the east.
Nearby Swaziland attractions include the Border Cave (22.59km) - an extremely important archeological find which has yielded more than a million Stone Age artifacts, as well as some of the earliest modern Homo Sapiens remains ever discovered. Swaziland Mlawula Nature Reserve (25.86km) offers fishing, walking safaris, and game viewing, either at one of the hides within the reserve, or from game viewing vehicles. Visitors must however be warned of the dangerous crocodiles.
Where to Stay hosts Siteki accommodation options as well as nearby Swaziland guest houses, Swaziland self catering and Swaziland hotel options. Golf estate accommodation in Swaziland should be sought in Manzini (Nkonyeni Golf Estate) and Swaziland Royal Spa which is a Sun International hotel and Casino in Mbabane.