A small country landlocked between South Africa
and Mozambique, Swaziland is still the undiscovered economic hub of Africa.
Its position between the major ports allows for imports and exports to Durban
and Maputo to be moved within one say making it an ideal site for investment.
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.
With the Global economic crunch, Swaziland property market is slow. However, for an astute investor, this is the time to buy property in Swaziland as it is currently a buyer’s market.
Ezulwini, which is small town in the valley, is still expensive as it is a tourism hub and prices for vacant stands in Ezulwini go for about E350 per square meter. This is where most property developments in Swaziland are happening. As it such a beautiful and tranquil country, there are a lot of foreigners buying retirement property in Swaziland with the majority looking at the Nkonyeni Golf Estate which is the only golf estate in the country. Find out more about the property for sale in Swaziland and the attractions offered by the country below.
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• Game: Mkhaya Game Reserve in the southeast is home to four of the Big Five and treats visitors to a glimpse at many endangered species. You can also visit Hlane (which means wilderness in siSwati) Royal National Park for spectacular game viewing experiences. The Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is another area that attracts many explorers. This conservation area is situated in the Kingdom's Ezulwini Valley, commonly referred to as the 'Valley of Heavens'.
• Culture: There are so many cultural experiences to waiting in Swaziland. In the country’s many cultural villages, you will gain an insight into the people of this great country and whiteness ritual dancing, initiation ceremonies, the art and crafts of the people and taste their traditional dishes. The Mantenga Swazi Cultural Village and Matsamo Swazi Cultural Village are among the best.
• 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 nest known hotels and it is here where you can enjoy a day of pampering, try your luck in the casino or enjoy a few holes on the manicured golf course.