On day three we then drove to Shewula Mountain Village, located among the Lubombo Mountains. It was an opportunity to experience rural Swazi first hand.
Shewula Mountain camp is an eco-tourism project, which is both owned and run by local community. The accommodation is of a very high standard, very clean and unique in its experience.
The huts were beautifully done inside, of very high cleanliness and were equipped with an inside bathroom. It comprised of shower and inside toilet with hot water even though the area does not have electricity.
Our rooms were well lit up with lamps and kitchen prepared delicious traditional food. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly and there were Swazi traditional dancers who graced us.
What lied just to the right of the establishment, was a travellers highlight. Stunning views as we were in time to watch the sunset. What beautiful scenery, as we stood above mountain top and looked both to our right and left in stillness and looked on to spectacular mountains, greenery and cloud views that lay in front of us.
So breath-taking, we continued to enjoy this even after the sun went down and we retired to the kitchen to have supper.
The morning shower was also quiet interesting as the shower area was a bit opened on the top, so as we enjoyed the hot water we felt the cool, crisp morning air breeze that filtered through the shower area as well.