Located in the eastern parts of Swaziland is a region is Lubombo.
The name Lubombo is derived from the flat-topped mountains abounding the region on the border with Mozambique. The region is the country’s largest home to nature reserves and wildlife, which in turn makes it a popular safari destination boasting Makhaya Game Reserve, Africa’s best game reserve to see the rhino. Lubombo also boasts an unspoilt bushveld with spectacular plant life and opportunities to see the Big Five.
Birdlife in the Lubombo region is also magnificent, boasting over 350 bird species, the region is any keen birder’s paradise. Hiking and nature walks can also be enjoyed and the Shewula Nature Reserve-a community tourism project is a great place to start.
Lubombo accommodation offers a wide variety of choices. There are various camping sites, safari lodges and guest houses and accommodation in Lubombo offers comfortable places to stay where you will feel at home.