Mbabane City Walking Tours- eSwatini

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1 hour
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Why take this tour?

The city of Mbabane gets its name from a local king, Mbabane Kunene, who lived in the region when the British colonizers first arrived there. It is the capital of Swaziland, and the country’s largest city. 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. . This tour will give you the best understanding of the Swazi history from early 1800 till to date. You will also visit the following - Mbabane market- have lunch or breakfast - Visit the interesting Mbabane Bus Station - Visiting the Water Loo Lamp which was given by the british who were sent to each colony to Spread the light of British Imperialism - Visit the old play ground for the colonial days commonly called the Prince of wales. -Visit of the Broadcasting services - Visit of the Msunduza township the nearest township

What’s included?

  • Also Lunch can be arranged.If the guest are coming to join the tour during the day then its possible well recommended to go for lunch in the Mbabane market. Well remended.

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Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Myxo's WOZA NAWE Cultural Day Tours

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Swazi village visits are offering a unique experience for travelers who want to meet the local people in a non touristic environment. We have our home set up in the village of kaPhunga about 55kms away from Manzini town. Here you will have the feeling of living in the village and also with out being an intruder and the people are very friendly as you walk in the village people would be happy to say Sawbona (hello). You can go for Swazi home visit, and see the set up of the Swazi family and make use of your basic siSwati language which your guide would have taught you on the way. You can also visit the local primary school and meet the kids depending if they are busy, usually you will have a chance to tell them where you come from and share what ever information about your country of which they are always very eager to learn and also teach you more about our country Swaziland. An overnight stay is well recommended since you can taste the Swazi traditional food in the evening, sit by the fire and tell some Swazi stories and or some ghosts stories. This offers a wonderful stay in Swaziland and you make friends for life both young and old.

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