Excellent fishing facilities are available at several dams within the Usutu Forest, which are well stocked with trout and operated by the Usutu Forest Fly Fishing Ckub. Fishing is also available on other dams and rivers within the country, including within Malolotja Nature Reserve and Hawane Dam in the north west, and at Van Eck Dam near Big Bend in the south east. Most rivers contain indigenous fish, such as yellow fish, bream and barbel. Tiger fish may be caught in the lowveld areas during the hot season. Most accommodation will assist guests who wish to participate by advising on the rules around fishing in Eswatini. It is essential to either obtain a permit before setting off to fish, or pay a rod fee (whichever applies).
Eswatini's main river and it's local industry town, named after the rivers curve.
An untouched wilderness ready to be explored, along with community run accommodation.
Privately owned reserve with plentiful giraffe offering walking and cycling tours
A National Conservancy holding swaziland's largest collection of plants.
Impressive expanse of water set amongst beautiful mountainous scenery.
With diverse landscapes, many self-guided and planned hiking tours are on offer in Eswatini.
A great way to explore Eswatini's stunning landscapes is to cycle around the country.
Eswatini has a collection of annual cycling events, with international participants welcome.
Discover Eswatini on horseback from riding trails across Mlilwane, to the hills of Mhlambanyatsi.
Tee off on one of Eswatini's championship golf courses, with beautiful panoramic views.
Fly through the trees and discover the sights on Eswatini's very own zip-lining canopy tour.
Go beneath the earth and discover hidden trails on a unique caving adventure in Eswatini.
Eswatini's mountains and gorges make for the perfect climbing challenge for avid climbers.
Have fun driving through woodlands, nature reserves and muddy tracks on a quad bike.
Ride the rapids along the Great Usuthu River with White Water Rafting available in Eswatini.
You can sail your own yacht, or even hire a houseboat on one of the many dams.