Excerpts from "A Traveller's Guide to Swaziland" by Bob Forrester.
CARS and DRIVING
Index to information in the guide
Swaziland has not been able to enter the mass tourism market since the days when we had the only casinos and blue movies in the sub-continent. Instead what is now attracting many visitors is the prospect of adventure tourism, where you go on an organised adventure. This may sound a little contrived, but if you are shooting down white water rapids the question of how you got there becomes irrelevant. The thrill is the same. You can go on the world's most vertical walk, caving, quad biking or go white water rafting with Swazi Trails. firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 416 2180 or 602 0832.
All Out Africa at Malandelas in Malkerns offer adventures scubadiving with whalesharks whilst exploring beautiful beaches in Mozambique. They take people to the Kruger Park as well as trips around Swaziland, they are the only company to have river tubing down a wildly beautiful remote valley. They also specialize in providing community projects for gap year students. Phone 550 4951. email@example.com.
Enkhaba Adventure Center has boat rides on Maguga Dam and quad bikes, their speciality is paragliding. The center is on a beautiful slope high over the Komati valley and is an ideal place to take off from. The instructor is a highly experienced paraglider, you can also rent chutes. Phone 602 0578. firstname.lastname@example.org www.enkhabadventures.co.sz
Hawane Resort offer horseriding and quad trails in a beautiful rural mountain setting, phone 442 4744. www.hawane.co.sz
All four companies are recommended and will tailor trips to your specifications.