Swaziland: this small kingdom is fully
surrounded by South Africa. Travellers go often through the country on their
way to Kruger National Park or to KwaZulu-Natal. Especially the Ezulwini
Valley region, south of the capital Mbabane, is very popular.
With an area of just
over 17,000 square kilometres, The Kingdom of Swaziland is the smallest
country in the southern hemisphere (comparable to the size of Wales in the
United Kingdom, and the state of New Jersey in America). Swaziland covers an
area of approximately 193 kilometres from north to south, and 145 kilometres
from east to west. Small as it may be, Swaziland is an exciting tourist
destination with its art and craft outlets and traditional markets and
wildlife reserves. Swaziland is famous for itís vibrant art and culture.
Colourful arts and crafts are available at a wide variety of local markets.