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Book your budget ticket to Manzini in Swaziland through Air Africa and head on over there for a holiday that is guaranteed to be like no other. Just north of Manzini is the Matsaha International Airport where you will land before embarking on your discovery of this African country at your own pace. You will be instantly sucked in by the chaotic feel of Manzini which is the commercial and industrial hub of Swaziland and the largest city, even though it is not the capital city.

A walk through culture

To truly understand in depth, the culture of the country it would be worthwhile travelling towards the Mantenga Cultural Village. It is not too difficult to reach owing to its location just off the Mbabane-Manzini Road. The Lingugu Lemaswati can be described as a living museum where to a great extent the Swazi traditional way of life is maintained. Though the traditions are upheld, there is a slight impact from the modern world. Despite this it is a very good way to see firsthand traditional costumes, dances, rituals, music, hear the language and see arts and crafts. As you walk through the village that has traditional huts made using natural material it is easy to forget the outside world and instead find yourself walking to the special rhythm of the place. Watch the ancient skill of weaving beehive hut and the cooking of food over an open fire. If you want a longer experience it is possible to find nearby accommodation sometimes in the form of tents so that you too can feel one with nature.

A traditional way of life

In keeping with the theme of absorbing the Manzini or Swazi way of life pay a visit to the Manzini Market. It is chaotic, loud, colourful and sometimes dirty but it is always pulsating with life. Browse as you walk through the market and pick up some unique pieces of jewelry, custom made clothes, woodcarvings and other little mementoes worth talking home as a reminder of this wonderful trip. Visit Swazilands oldest game park, Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary which was set up in the 1950s by Tedd Reilly, a Swazilander as a means of conservation. It was created in his own farm. Find cheap airfare flights to Manzini on Air Africa by browsing online and you could soon be walking around this interesting city where modern conveniences take a backseat to the traditional way of life.

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