The Kingdom of Swaziland, once known as eSwatini and bordering Mozambique in southeast Africa, is the continent's only remaining absolute monarchy. A hiker's paradise, this little but scenically stunning nation is home to green peaks, rivers, ravines, undulating valleys, and waterfalls. The main draw in this area is nature reserves, and while few of them are home to the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros), all of them provide close-up game-watching opportunities, stunning scenery, and a wide variety of species. Swaziland takes great pride in upholding its distinctive culture, traditions, and holidays. Both Umhlanga, the vivacious Reed Dance celebration that takes place during the last or first week of August, and Incwala, an amazing three-week royal rite in December and January, are open to visitors to see. With our list of the top attractions in Swaziland, you can organise your trip and find out where the greatest locations are to go.