The Nature Reserves in Ewatini are well known for their excellent range of self-guided hiking trails, offering the opportunity to visitors to experience nature at a pace suited to their group. What better way to explore Eswatini’s many and varied highlands, forests, and reserves than on foot. There are paths and trails in many locations across the country allowing for hikes from a couple of hours to many days in duration, and give access to places and views that are inaccessible by vehicle. Alternatively, those with initiative and a good map or GPS can simply head off into countryside.
If you are interested in taking a hiking tour, or exploring the country’s stunning landscape on foot, Eswatini has a number of local operators who can assist. Vaya Trails and Dust and Boots are specialist hiking tour operators whilst All Out Africa is an adventure operator that works with a team of 25 experienced local hiking guides, assistant guides and porters throughout Eswatini, offering day to multi day trips, with accommodation or camping options available for a range of fitness levels and group sizes. Their guides lead treks for families, couples and schools expeditions so are able to adapt to the needs and experience of a range of hikers.