Foresters Arms

Foresters Arms

Please note: Our review of this property has not yet been added. Watch this space. We're working on it.

As a tailor-made tour operator, we often have to get creative when designing your perfect itinerary.

For example, your travel consultant might add this property to your itinerary if:

Location is a significant factor
It offers a unique feature that will enhance your experience
This is a last-minute booking and room availability is limited
Cost is a factor and you'd rather splash out on another part of your trip
This is a newly opened or refurbished property that we have not inspected yet

When designing your custom itinerary we have much to consider not least of which is the value proposition of every product and service included in your quote. In all cases we strive to give you the best experience possible within your budget so please feel free to ask your travel consultant to share their reasons for including this property in your itinerary.

Artefacts from 200,000 years ago have been found, rock paintings from 25,000 BC. The Swazi people like to sing, they like to dance. They find occasions to do both as often as possible and sometimes they last hours. Bring plasters and throat lozenges if you want to join in.

A short drive from the capital Mbabane and 20km from Ezulwini Valley. Period furniture, log fires, a bar reminiscent of an English pub, there is a real ye olde vibe here. Home made muesli for breakfast, home grown salads for lunch, there’s even a daily seven-course candlelit tasting menu. Foresters Arms is a good gateway to the pending riches of rural Swaziland.

34 rooms with balconies, ceiling fans and satellite TV. En-suites offer a bath or shower with locally produced toiletries which is a nice touch. It’s all on one floor, and WiFi is available, although it can be temperamental.

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You can stay in and be awfully civilised, playing boules or croquet on the lawn, giant outdoor chess or table tennis. Go bird watching, have a picnic.

If you need to stretch your legs you could climb the world’s second largest rock, Sibebe (rats to you Uluru, you always have to be bigger).

Golf? Try the adjoining Usutu course.

Children can horse ride with dedicated grooms on hand to guide them.

Seasonal fishing, game drives and cycling.

If you’re in the mood for culture you can visit a traditional Swazi homestead or school and the Swazi Cultural Village.

If you want to go all adrenaline junkie, go white water rafting.


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