The little-known kingdom of Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, offers the opportunity to experience rich wildlife, cultural history, and stunning scenery.
Last month, Lonely Planet named Eswatini the fifth-best travel destination for 2020.
Travel guide publisher Lonely Planet described the southern African nation that borders South Africa and Mozambique as “packed with culture, adventure and legendary wildlife.”
A 360-kilometer (224 mile) drive from Johannesburg in South Africa — roughly three and a half hours — Mbabane is the capital of Eswatini, Africa’s last absolute monarchy.
Temperatures can be cool even in the Summer, with fog and drizzling. However,