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We can organize a customized Tailor made holiday holiday tours and safaris packages in South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini and Lesotho based on your preferences. Whether you choose your own itinerary or prefer an itinerary built from scratch, our company can create your ideal trip. Some of the benefits of all tailor-made tours are —booking handpicked hotels, transportation, excursions and last but not least —customized tours offer a personalized experience. The choice is Yours - you decide where to visit, how long to stay and what type of accommodation suits you best.
Let us know what we can do for you by getting in touch with us. Whether you are looking for a fully planned itinerary and trip to South Africa, Swaziland-Eswatini, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia or Zimbabwe, a day tour, a unique activity, a fun day for the family or anything in-between, we are here to help with a Tailor made holiday package for you.
We know that no 2 traveller’s requirements and travel bucket lists are exactly the same, and often set itineraries may not suit you or cover all that you wish to experience on your holiday of a lifetime. That's why we'll adjust any tour, safari or honeymoon to meet your requirements, or start from scratch and work together until we've conceived an experience that harmonizes as closely as possible with your desires. Please provide us with as many details as you can - your interests, your travel style, your budget, your ideal duration, the destinations that you wish to include - It will allow us to custom build the perfect Tailor made holiday tours and safaris for you which will not only meet but exceeds your expectations.
7 days Tailor Made Tour to Eswatini, The Battlefields Route, Drakensberg and Sandton
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is Eswatini pioneer conservation area, a shining example of what is possible if passion, vision and action fuse. Once a highly profitable multi-purpose farm, and being labeled an “impossible dream”, Mlilwane was proclaimed in 1961 and is now the kingdom’s most popular eco-destination for locals and internationals alike.
The name 'Mlilwane' ('Little Fire' in siSwati) was derived from the numerous fires started by lightning strikes on the Mlilwane Hill but now holds significance as the little fire that ignited the conservation movement in Eswatini.
Mlilwane’s diverse habitats support a surprisingly extensive species list. Endless hours of guided or self-guided exploration within the small 4560 Ha sanctuary are possible due to the relative absence of dangerous game. The southern plains stretch to the striking Nyonyane Mountain (Execution Rock) with its exposed granite peak. Tourism is concentrated in this southern section of the park, while guided Chubeka Trails explore the northern section, as far as Luphohlo Peak.
Mlilwane’s Rest Camp offers a range of affordable accommodation with self-catering and catered options available. Alternatives within Mlilwane include Sondzela Backpackers 2 km to the south, luxurious Reilly's Rock Hilltop Lodge and Down Gran’s Self-Catering Cottage a short 3km to the north of Rest Camp.
All Activities depart from our Activities Centre at Reception, with detailed maps on sale. The Hippo Haunt Restaurant and Swimming pool with summerhouses provide the opportunity for true relaxation. Day Visitors are welcome to self-drive and picnic at Rest Camp, visit the restaurant or take part in activities until 18h00.
Situated between Mbabane and Manzini, with 24-hour access to the Sanctuary, guests are free to enjoy the neighbouring tourist hubs of Ezulwini and Malkerns, with their many unique attractions and craft shops.
The Battlefields Route
The Battlefields Route is not a journey, it is a rich experience.
These unspoilt battlefields have a palpable atmosphere and the information centres or tourists can evoke vivid pictures of the tough battles fought there.
On the Battlefields route you will find:
* The largest concentration of significant and iconic Battlefields in the history of South Africa.
* Numerous Wildlife, Game and Nature Parks many with the "Big 5"
* Great Zulu Culture and Heritage sites
* Bushman Paintings and the remains of Iron Age Settlements.
Within easy driving distance there are water sports, bush adventures, hiking trails, off road routes and a host of rivers and dams teeming with trout and bass.
There is the splendour of game reserves and lodges, where you truly experience the wild life of Africa, including viewing the big five of lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo, and elephant from the comfort and security of your own car, an open safari vehicle, or on a guided game walk under the supervision of an experienced ranger.
Many of the battlefield sites have remained unchanged since the time of the battle and consequently have no facilities.
Where to go
Informative maps and brochures are obtainable from Tourism Associations of all towns in the region or contact Tourism KwaZulu-Natal at telephone: +27 (0) 31 366 7500 or fax: +27 (0) 31 305 6693