A country landlocked between South Africa and Mozambique, Swaziland remains the undiscovered economic hub of Africa. Positioned between the major ports allows for easy import and export between Durban and Maputo, making property for sale in Swaziland an ideal investment. There has been an increase in foreigners buying retirement property in Swaziland in areas that accentuate the region’s natural beauty and tranquillity such as the Nkonyeni Golf Course. Another area of interest when it comes to property for sale in Swaziland is Ezulwini. 

King Mswati 111 rules Swaziland which is divided into 56 tinkhundla (political regions). It has a population of about 1 million people, with the capital town being Mbabane, the main languages spoken in Swaziland are English and siSwati and the country’s main religion is Christianity.

The valley region of Ezulwini serves as a tourism hub and home to most property developments in Swaziland. Within this beautiful country, you can find vacant land for sale as well as commercial opportunities, farms, private family homes and apartments to rent. Our team is here to help you find a property for sale in Swaziland to perfectly suit your lifestyle; it all starts with a search. 

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Explore Swaziland

Nature and wildlife

Nature and wildlife

Mkhaya Game Reserve in the southeast is home to 4 of the Big 5 and treats visitors to a glimpse of many endangered species. You can also visit Hlane (which means wilderness in siSwati) Royal National Park for spectacular game viewing. The Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is another area not to be missed; situated in the Kingdom's Ezulwini Valley this conservation area is commonly referred to as the 'Valley of Heavens'.

Culture

Culture

In the country’s many cultural villages, visitors can gain an insight into the local traditions and heritage of the Swazi people by witnessing ritual dancing, exploring art and craft markets and tasting the traditional dishes. Be sure not to miss a visit to The Mantenga Swazi Cultural Village and Matsamo Swazi Cultural Village! 

The Ezulwini Valley

The Ezulwini Valley

Known as Swaziland’s tourism Mecca, there are many attractions to explore in this lush region including local crafts, shops and restaurants. The Royal Swazi Spa is one of the area’s best known hotels where you can enjoy a day of pampering, try your luck in the casino or enjoy a few rounds on the golf course. 

Adventure

Adventure

Swaziland is the perfect spot to enjoy overland tours to visit various places of interest along the way such as ancient rock art preserved in caves above the Komati River. Quad biking, mountain biking, hiking or horseriding are other ways to take in your beautiful surroundings.

Living in Swaziland

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Education

While a small country, Swaziland does offer schooling options for scholars of all ages. In Mbabane you will find St Marks High and Waterford Kamhlaba United World College and Montessori Life Primary. In neighbouring South Africa, there is also a choice of boarding schools.  

Healthcare

Mbabane Clinic and Mbabane Government Hospital can be found in the capital while further inland the Raleigh Fitkin and National TB Hospital service the community. 

Shopping

Head to Swazi Plaza in Mbabane where you’ll find a range of stores for your everyday necessities as well as clothing outlets and coffee shops. The Gables is another well-appointed centre closer toward Manzini. 

Travel

From Swaziland you can easily reach the neighbouring countries of Mozambique and South Africa for a trip into the world-famous Kruger National Park. There are 4 airports that service the country, including Matsapha Airport near Manzini and Sikhupe International Airport. 

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