Swaziland is a small and undeveloped nation that is completely surrounded by two countries- South Africa and Mozambique. Central regions of rolling grassland make this country a cattle farming nation, with cash crops of sugarcane, cotton, and tobacco. It also has rich reserves of coal, iron ore, gold, and tin, although large numbers of Swazis work in gold mines over the border in South Africa. Britain ruled Swaziland from 1902 until its independence in 1968.
Here the top ten not to be missed places in Swaziland.
Mantenga Nature Reserve
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