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+ Things to do in Lobamba
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+ – Visit the Royal Palace
Explore the Ludzidzini Royal Residence, the main royal compound of Eswatini’s monarchy. While visitors are not allowed inside the palace buildings, you can admire the traditional Swazi architecture, attend the annual Umhlanga (Reed Dance) ceremony held nearby, and learn about the country’s royal traditions and customs.

+ – Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
Located near Lobamba, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary is Eswatini’s oldest protected area and offers opportunities for game viewing, hiking, and bird-watching. Explore the park on foot, by bicycle, or on horseback and encounter wildlife such as zebras, antelopes, warthogs, and various bird species in their natural habitat.

+ – Swazi Cultural Village
Experience the rich cultural heritage of Eswatini by visiting the Swazi Cultural Village. Learn about traditional Swazi customs, rituals, and lifestyles through guided tours, cultural performances, and interactive experiences with local artisans and performers.

+ – National Museum
Visit the National Museum of Eswatini in Lobamba to learn about the country’s history, culture, and natural heritage. Explore exhibits showcasing traditional Swazi artifacts, historical documents, archaeological findings, and more.

+ – Craft Markets and Shops
Shop for unique Swazi handicrafts, textiles, pottery, jewelry, and other locally made souvenirs at the craft markets and shops in Lobamba. Support local artisans and bring home authentic Swazi gifts and keepsakes.

+ – Hiking and Nature Trails
Explore the scenic landscapes and natural beauty of Eswatini by hiking on the various trails and paths around Lobamba. Enjoy leisurely walks through the forests, hills, and valleys, and immerse yourself in the peaceful and tranquil surroundings.

+ – Local Festivals and Events
Experience the vibrant cultural scene of Eswatini by attending local festivals, celebrations, and events in Lobamba. Participate in traditional dance and music performances, cultural exhibitions, and other festivities that showcase the richness of Swazi culture and traditions.

+ – Connect with the Local Community
Engage with the friendly and welcoming people of Lobamba and learn about their daily life, traditions, and customs. Visit local communities, interact with residents, and gain insights into the Swazi way of life through meaningful conversations and experiences.

+ – Dining and Cuisine
Indulge in traditional Swazi cuisine at local restaurants, cafes, and eateries in Lobamba. Try dishes such as sishwala (maize porridge), sidvudvu (pumpkin soup), and grilled meats, and experience the flavors of Eswatini’s culinary heritage.

+ – Relax and Unwind
Take time to relax and unwind in the serene and peaceful environment of Lobamba. Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and warm hospitality of this charming Swazi town.

Remember to respect local customs and traditions while visiting Lobamba, and always ask for permission before taking photos of people or their property. Enjoy your time exploring this historic and culturally rich capital of Eswatini!

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