It is located between Mozambique and South Africa. Swaziland is a landlocked country of 6,074 square miles (17,360 square kilometres) therefore the smallest country in the Southern Hemisphere. However, there’s nothing small about its natural beauty, outstanding wilderness reserves and warm-hearted people.
The largest of Swaziland’s game reserves, Hlane Royal National Park is home to the Big 5. … Swaziland is famous for its excellent craftsmen and is home to several craft markets and shopping attractions. Visit Ngwenya Glass, which is regarded as Africa’s most prestigious glass factory.
Visit Swaziland’s Sibebe Rock, the second-largest exposed granite dome in the world (after Uluru in Australia). Over three billion years old, this is one of Swaziland’s most surprising natural attractions, yet doesn’t suffer from overcrowding