Things to do and see in Swaziland
At the Hotel
- Discover a paradise of wild flowers, where agapanthus, cerise watsonias, heath, arum lilies, the fragile dierama and delicate grasses abound.
- Bird Watching
- Walks – There are a number of amazing scenic walks for visitors to explore, with maps and directions available
- Golf – the attractive Usutu golf course adjoins our estate and we have clubs available for guests' to use. Other golf courses in Swaziland include the splendid Royal Swazi championship course. We are happy to book your round for you.
- Fishing – Fish for trout or bass in the stocked dams - solitary, utterly, peaceful places in the forest. Rods are available for guests' use.
- Boules –Enjoy a relaxing game of Boules while enjoying a drink on our very own boules course
- Croquet – Test your skills playing on our lawn course
- Cycling – Mountain Bikes and Tandem Bikes are available so that you can explore the local surroundings
- Fitness Centre – Want to stretch those legs or flex those muscles? Then visit our Fitness Centre which has aerobic and weight equipment for our guests to use.
- Horse riding – the Foresters Arms has it’s own horses allowing you to saunter through the beautiful countryside at a gentle pace.
- Library - Catch up on your reading and browse through our books and international newspapers.
- Tennis – Available at the Local Club (All equipment avalible)
- Scenic Picnics - Why not picnic with chilled wine at a nearby waterfall?
- Squash – Available at the Local Club
- Table Tennis
We can help you to organise your excursions, with or without a guide, to any of these attractions.
- Visit a traditional Swazi homestead or local school
- A traditional Swazi healer - a Sangoma
- Stalls and crafts shops - the Swazis are artists and one can see beautiful crafts being made all along the scenic roads.
- Ancient Bushman paintings
- Visit the lively Swazi markets and quirky little shops and stalls.
- Swim at the Cuddle Puddle Hot Springs
- White water rafting
- Quad biking
- Game drives
- Canopy tree top tours
- Swazi Cultural Village - energetic Swazi dances
- You must visit the oldest mine in the world, a mystical place where red ochre was extracted 45 000 years ago for rituals and body painting. There is a short and easy walk along the escarpment with spectacular views. Today, red ochre balls are sold in the Swazi markets and are used in the marriage ceremony, when the bride is daubed with red ochre.
All these activities are easily accessible from the Foresters Arms and we can help to organise your daily excursions from the hotel.