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Bazaruto Archipelago

Consisting of a series of tropical islands this Archipelago is famous for the amount of wildlife and untouched nature that fills it. Most of the islands have been declared as a National Park since 1971. This me...

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Beira Railway Station

Built as a link to Zimbabwe the Beira Railway Station has a long history that involves the growth of the country. The station itself is quite beautiful with a design that is unique to the station. The station i...

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Benguerra Island

This island is the second largest island of the Bazaruto Archipelago and plays host to several rare species of animals and a few luxury resorts. The only way to reach the island is by boat and the nearby reefs ...

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Casa Do Ferro (The Iron House)

Originally built for the governor of Mozambique during 1800’s the house is really built entirely out of metal. The public is not allowed to enter but you can get some great pictures from the outside. The ...

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Chimanimani Mountains National Park

This Park is centred around the Chimanimani Mountains of Mozambique. They are the highest mountains in the country. This means that you can hike through them with ease and experience nature in a unique way. The...

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Dolphin Dhow Safaris

If you are planning a trip to Mozambique it is important to make sure that you have some form of boat transport. If you are adventurous you could ask a local to take you to the islands however if you prefer to ...

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Guava Gallery Boutique

Most boutiques are located on the main shopping road of a country, however the Guava Gallery is nestled within the mountains of Swaziland. This means that the view in and around the boutique is amazing. It is w...

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Hawane Resort

Located close to one of the largest dams in Swaziland this resorts provides anyone that visits with world class accommodation and the perfect place to relax during their holiday. The resort has a lot of wild li...

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King Sobhuza II Memorial Park

When King Sobhuza II was four months old his father, the king, died. This led the elders of the Swazi people to decide that he was to become king. By the age of 22 he had gone to university and took up the mant...

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Lake Malawi

There are only a few lakes in the world that has crystal clear waters and Lake Malawi is easily one of them. Because of the warm temperatures of the country the water is always warm with some of the most beauti...

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Louis Trichardt Memorial Garden

The place where the Trek ended and where Louis Trichardt and his wife are buried. The memorial is quite beautiful with mosaic tiles and a water feature that flows over most of the memorial. The memorial also sh...

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Ludzidzini Royal Village

The royal village is where the current king of Swaziland and the Queen mother lives. There are occasional parliament meetings held within the village as well. Whenever the Reeds Dance festival takes it is start...

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Maguga Dam

One of the largest Dams in Swaziland it was built to provide water to all the surrounding cities and towns. This means that there are thousands of people all depending on the resources that are created by the M...

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Mahamba Protected Landscape

Within Swaziland there are various reserves that make sure that the animals of Africa has somewhere to live. Very few of them plan to protect the actual landscape as well in the Mahamba Protected Landscape the ...

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Mantenga Cultural Village

Located within the Mantenga Nature Reserve this is a village that is the perfect representation of Swazi Culture before colonial invasion. The buildings are built from real grass, leather strips, mud and dried ...

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Maputo Central Station

Regularly appearing in list of the most beautiful railway stations in the world it enjoys a beauty that is hard to find anywhere else. Because the station is old it underwent renovations in 2014. Luckily you ca...

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Mount Mabu

If you have ever watched fantasy movies where the protagonist explores deep forests and finds things long thought lost and then you felt that you had to have such an experience you might be in for the chance of...

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Museum of the Revolution

The War For Independence in Mozambique was a long war, with a lot of brave soldiers dying in service for their country. After almost a decade a peace treaty was reached. Now in Maputo you can relive the fights ...

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Natural History Museum

A beautiful building with one of the only complete elephant embryo collections in the world. Unfortunately the rest of the animal collections have fallen into disrepair, some are more than 70 years old. However...

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Ngwenya Glass

Surviving since the late 1980’s the Ngwenya Glass factory is one of the rare hands on glass factories in Africa. With internationally trained glassmith that are constantly creating master pieces and selli...

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Nisela Safaris

When you think of the African bush the first image that most people come up with is the King of the jungle, the noble lion. However when you visit Africa you will still need a place to sleep when you aren&rsquo...

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Nsangwini Rock Art Centre

Considered to be the largest collection of San paintings in Swaziland the Nsangwini Rock Art is a community run organisation that aims to educate everyone that visits. The paintings are unique even among other ...

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Odyssea Dive

With a lot of experience and all the safety equipment needed the people at Odyssea dive will give you the chance to see some of the most beautiful underwater life in the world. This means that you can relax and...

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Old Ngwenya Iron Ore Mine

Dating back 42 000 years the mine has been used by a lot of different cultures for the red ochre that is abundant in the region. More recently in the 70’s the mining company Anglo-American mined more than...

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Peak Craft Centre

Located close to Piggs Peak this small shop handles in the arts and crafts of the locals. You can easily find some part of Africa here. Everything from massive works of art that takes up an entire room to delic...

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Phophonyane Falls and Nature Reserve

Most reserves in Africa focus on the bush, this means that they are dry and hot which means that during the day you only ever want to relax in a cold pool. However at Phophonyana the climate is a bit more tropi...

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Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino

Located close to the Maguga Dam and taking its name from the nearby town of Piggs Peak the casino provides an escape from the Swaziland heat and gives you the chance to enjoy some world class activities. The ho...

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Shewula Mountain Camp

The first community run reserve in Swaziland, Shewula is one of the most luxurious reserves in the country and it allows you to enjoy walk in the night or a relaxing day spent in the swimming pools. There are a...

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Simunye Country Club

Located close to Simunye in Swaziland the Country Club offers some of the best accommodation in the area. There are a lot of things to do when you travel and every traveller needs a place to sleep. Simunye Coun...

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Swaziland National Museum

Swaziland is filled with culture, some stretching back thousands of years other times its history from the 80’s. This means that the museum in Swaziland has a lot of history to cover and they cover it bea...

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