7.30 AM - 8.00 AM
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Pickup info

From the hotels or any place of stay

We pick up from Manzini and Ezulwini if you are outside the bounderies pick up fee may apply

Booking notes

31 days cancellation 100% refund

30 days cancellation 75% refund

15 days cancellation 50% refund

3 days -24hrs cancellation 0 % refund

No refund for bad weather cancellation

If you want to go shopping in Swaziland you will not go wrong.Its impossible to go without visiting and shopping and mostly buying some of uniquely African crafts available here.
As one of the few monarchies left in the world ruled His Majesty King Mswati III Swaziland is renowned for its ceremonial culture. We visit places such as the Manzini market, Swazi Candles, Malandelas complex, Mahlanya Market, National museum, King Sobhuza’s Memorial and the Cultural Village and the Ezulwini Valley markets.

  • Culture shock: Low
    Culture shock rating

    Some tours or activities are a total immersion ... others offer just a taste of a different way of life. Below is how we\'ve classified things to help you make a selection.


    Consider these tours or activities as unlikely to surprise. They will still give you fantastic insight into the destination and/or a great experience.


    You might find yourself on these tours/activities confronted by quite a different way of doing things to that you are familiar with. Think food, language, customs, religions, mode of transport. For the slightly more adventurous.


    Think things you probably wouldn\'t do on your own ...

  • Group size: from 3 to 6 people
  • Pickup location: 

    From the hotels or any place of stay

    We pick up from Manzini and Ezulwini if you are outside the bounderies pick up fee may apply

  • Drop-off location: 

    Same as the pick up unless there is new arrangements

  • Pickup time: (7.30 AM - 8.00 AM)
  • Drop-off time: (1.00 PM - 1.05 PM)


We will pick you up from your place of stay and head down to Manzini and have breakfast in the market where you can try the local dish while you are learning the local language. Look around the Market and shop around for about 45 minutes to an hour.

Stop 2
Head over to Swazi candles- this is a hive of shops its all under one roof. You will have the colorful candles crafted by local artist by hand it’s a must see Not only is there a stunning variety of thousands of candles on display in the factory shop but visitors are welcome to watch the candle making process in the work shop.
With the area you will find the following shops-Swazi sense natural soap, rose craft, sambane café, Kwazi swazi, baobab Batik and also lots of open market stalls.
Stop 3 
Malandelas Complex will tend to calm you down and you will feel like have having coffee in the restaurant but there won’t be enough time.
Visit Gone rural, baobab batik shop, House on fire to see the impressive house of entertainment in Swaziland .

Stop 4

Make a swing to mahlanya Market to a have some Swazi tasty food from the D & T Restaurant this is one of the unique places to have some clean and soft steak prepared the Swazi way for us. It comes with mealie Pap , salads, Meat of your choice.

Stop 5
The national museum of Swaziland in Lobamba was founded in 1972. It houses a small collection of artifacts showcasing the history of the nation. Large part of the collection is devoted to King Sobhuza II, the ruler of Swaziland for 82 years.


Stop 6
Visit the cultural village is a living museum of old traditions and represents a classical Swazi lifestyle during the 1850's. The building material is strictly traditional: poles, grass, reeds, leather stripes, earth and dried cow dung.
The Mantenga Cultural Village is a mini complex of sixteen huts, each with its own specific purpose, kraals and byres for cattle and goats, reed fences that serve as windbreaks, and various other structures. With the traditional artifacts on display, the village illustrates many facets of the ancient Swazi way of life: social, economic and religious.
The objective of the cultural village is to enable visitors from all over the world as well as Swazis from all corners of the country to visit it and to maintain a positive interest in the Swazi cultural heritage, including language, customs and practices, rituals, dance, music, folklore, arts and crafts.
After the official opening, it was named "Ligugu Lemaswati" by his Majesty King Mswati III, meaning "The pride of the Swazi People".
On entry, the village people, often wearing traditional clothing, will warmly welcome you. The standard Swazi greeting to the family is "Yebo Nkosi".
The village life is vibrant and energetic and your guide will not only talk you through how the huts and traditional items are made will might also teach you the siSwati words for them. Interaction is encouraged, so try your hand at grinding maize and plaiting mountain grass or join in the Swazi song and dance. An offering of a taste of local food and sometimes brew is made but forget about your cutlery and try it the Swazi way… with your hands! This experience is both informative and memorable - a taste of true Swazi hospitality - and should not be missed.

Stop 7
Ezulwin Valley- Visit the road side market and do your last shopping before we start heading back to our hotels. This Craft market consists of long stands for curios and crafts lots of choices.

 We have now finishes our day fully of shoppimg and dancing.

Cancellation Policy

31days cancellation 100% refund

30days cancellation 75% refund

15 days cancellation 50% refund

3 days-24hrs cancellation 0% refund

No refund for bad weather cancellation

Children policy

Children 0-6 years are free

Children 6years - 12 years arehalf price

12 years and above full price

Participant Guidelines

Always ask people before taking pictures

Other Disclosures

Dance when you feel like dancing!


ZAR 1,650 /person
ZAR 700 /person
ZAR 2,250 /person