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Millwane Hogs and Hippo Trail
I also went on the Millwane Hogs and Hippo Trail and agree that it was a fantastic experience. The guides saw that I was travelling alone but still took the effort to make me feel welcome. Not just recommended for animal lovers.
Posted on 6/1/2012 by Rachel Horowitz
On the trail of hippos
The Millwane Hogs and Hippo Trail was one of the first activities I booked for us to enjoy during our time in Swaziland and we weren't disappointed. You are able to get as close to the animals as you wish to and the friendly tour guides are more than happy to take photos for you upon request. A great time had by all concerned.
Posted on 2/11/2011 by Michael Pittman
Bargains at the market
Neither I nor my partner had been to a flea market before, but there is a first time for everything. More than just a chance to save money, an afternoon or evening at Mbabane Market gives a key insight into the everyday life of Swaziland's inhabitants.
Posted on 31/10/2010 by Rob Draper
Also opted for a Taste of Swaziland
We asked Taste of Swaziland to put together a few tours for us too, did you get the bald tour guide that was always smiling? Also visited Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary but, if I had to pick, I would say that the access to the Swazi chief's homestead was the biggest eye opener of all. What a fascinating culture!
Posted by on 1/8/2009 by David Calderbank
An unforgettable taste of Swaziland
The Taste of Swaziland tour was tailor-made for us so that it suited our specified preferences. From it, we were able to learn more about the country's rich and colourful history while enjoying activities on a tour that had lifestyle and culture as its main focus. The Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary was the highlight for us.
Posted by on 3/2/2009 by Ben Nevin