You can reach Eswatini through air at present is only possible from Johannesburg, flying to King Mswati III International airport on Airlink. However you can also reach through road as well.
Tourists in the kingdom can year-round treat themselves to displays of traditional song & dance routines simply by visiting one of the cultural villages that specialize in showcasing the manifold delights of “timeless Eswatini”.
The Kingdom’s many word of mouth ambassadors have for decades spreading the message of a friendly nation, pictures-postcards landscape, authentic cultural, thrilling adventure activities & world renowned game parks/nature reserve.
The Kingdom scooped gold in two categories at this review period’s edition of the African Responsible Tourism Awards, which is an initiative that was established in 2014 to celebrate and inspire change in the African tourism industry.
Despite being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Eswatini more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions & activities. As one of the few remaining Executive Monarchies in Africa.