Experience spectacular sights and cultures and have fun on a life changing experience

“Sanele has mastered the balance between knowledge, insight, education, and fun!”

“I had a very nice time, learned a lot about this culture, met  a lot of new people and had a lot of fun!”

“Sanele was amazing. He took care of me throughout and even brought a chair with us so I could sit under a tree to rest when I needed.”

“Great! The best part was to get to know the people and the culture from Swaziland!”

“Traditional food and meeting people (were the highlights)”


Lobamba, Swaziland
1/2 Day
Daily departures available

Lobamba Village Tour | 1/2 Day

Join this 1/2 day walking tour through one of the oldest and most famous villages in Eswatini (formally Swaziland). You’ll start off with an introduction to Swazi history at the National Museum then skirt pas the King’s Royal Residence, before exploring homes (you get to see everyday-life of Swazi citizens, not staged), small scale unique businesses and local art gallery. The whole way you’ll be guided by an experienced local guide and to end off you’ll have a traditional Swazi BBQ lunch at the market. This is the best way to learn about the way Swazi people live today and it’s a fantastic cultural experience full of fun!

Lobamba Village is one of the most famous and iconic residential villages and a guided tour is a must for those looking to gain an insight into Swazi culture and history. The Lobamba area, in general, is Eswatini’s cultural capital and is the home of eLudzidzini, the Kings traditional Royal Residence as well as the annual Reed Dance and Incwala Ceremonies.

General Info

  • Malaria free
  • Currency is Emalangeni (E)
  • Bring drinking water
  • Bring Hat & sun cream
  • Wear trainers or walking shoes (distance walked 2.5km)
  • We can cater for vegetarians but please give us 24 hours notice

Scheduled Start Dates (2019)

Daily on-demand – subject to availability.


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