16th – 18th of June 2019
Kilometers Per Bike
USD For 2 People
Liters Of Petrol Per Bike
12th – 13th of November 2019
Highest Point: 1529 m a.s.l
Lowest Point: 285 m a.s.l
South African Rand (same value as the Lilangeni and you can pay with that everywhere, so no need to change)
Between 10 and 29 degrees
The tarmac roads are good but as soon as you leave the tarmac it gets interesting very quickly as most of the roads are clay and therefore change a lot during rain
We had pretty good weather when we were there in winter time, as it was nice and sunny. Just the nights can get cold. In November we had quite a bit of rain and it was warmer during the day and night.
Here some apps and webpages we think are usefull for travelling overland to this country
Websites: Overlander Africa (Facebook Groupe)
Visa: We did not need a visa and you get as many days as you want (for up to 3 months)
Carnet de Passage: No CdP or TIP required
Insurance: No insurance required
Eswatini people are very friendly and we always felt safe and welcome. The country is a small kingdom that used to be called Swaziland.
Here some very country specific information:
In search for a good, leight weight tent? Check out the one from LoneRider
It does not matter if you travel alone or in a group, a SENA communication system is always a great thing to have!
A drone is a great way of filming some of the great nature in Eswatini
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