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King Mswati III International Airport services Manzini, Eswatini’s second largest city and the industrial and commercial hub of the country. Combined with the nearby industrial area of Matsapha, Manzini comprises the country’s largest urban population. The busy and lively centre of Manzini embodies the warm-hearted essence of Eswatini – casual, friendly and informal. Popular attractions to explore while in Manzini include the twice weekly Manzini market and the Cathedral of Manzini.
From King Mswati III International Airport,  visitors have easy access to a wide array of Eswatini attractions including: the world’s oldest mine in the Ngwenya Mountains of western Eswatini, Swazi Candles, and Big Game Park’s three game reserves to name but a few. The rolling hills, history, rich culture and incredibly welcoming people will make you want to return to Eswatini again and again.
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Sikhuphe or King Mswati III International Airport services Manzini, eSwatini's industrial and commercial centre, and the base from which to explore the country's attractions. Manzini has a casual, friendly and informal atmosphere that is reflected throughout the country.

What to do in Sikhuphe

Ngwenya Mountains

Ngwenya Mountains

eSwatini’s Ngwenya Mountains are thought to be one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. The mountains are home to Ngwenya Mine, believed to be world’s oldest mine. This location is a source of much of eSwatini’s history and is recommended especially to any fan of the country’s history.

  • Mantenga Cultural Village

    Mantenga Cultural Village

    If you are looking to immerse yourself in eSwatini’s culture, Mantenga Village is perfect for you. The village is the place to observe the dancing, the singing and the traditional performances that take place in eSwatini on a daily basis.

  • Mantenga Falls

    Mantenga Falls

    A tour of Sikuphe’s Mantenga Village is usually followed by a trip to Mantenga Falls, which is eSwatini’s largest waterfall by volume. After immersing yourself in the country’s culture, visit this landmark for the experience of a lifetime.

A Journey Through Swaziland (Now eSwatini)

Swaziland was renamed the 'the Kingdom of eSwatini in 2018. Its a small, landlocked monarchy in southern Africa.