Swaziland experiences relatively mild winters with temperatures rarely dropping below 20ﹾC during the day with occasional frost in the Highveld region. Perhaps one of the best winter activities to warm you up in Swaziland is hiking.
The Nature Reserves in Swaziland are the perfect chance to soak up the warm winter sun on the many self-guided hiking trails, offering the opportunity to visitors to experience nature at a pace suited to their group.
There is no better way to explore Swaziland’s highlands, forests, and reserves than on foot. But, due to the drier season, game viewing is another popular activity.
And if going on a game drive does not get your blood pumping, why not embark on a thrilling walking safari where you can see the wildlife, from a safe distance, but on a whole new level through Hlane Royal National Park.
All of the excitement will spark hunger pangs and what better way to satisfy the winter cravings than with Swazi street food. Take your tastebuds on a gastronomy tour and mingle with the locals over stewed or grilled meat and corn roasted on the cob.
The Kingdom of Swaziland is a year round destination but the winter months are magical and offer visitors the chance to still do all of their favourite things such as horse riding, mountain biking and golf. So despite the cooler weather, get out and enjoy the very best that Swaziland has to offer.