Swaziland is one of the smallest countries in Africa, being land-locked between South Africa and Mozambique it is no more than 200km from north to south. It is home to the last absolute monarchy in Africa, and more than half of its land is held by the King “in trust” for the Swazi people, meaning it cannot be individually owned or sold. This includes many of the protected areas in the country, which account for 4% of the landmass. Despite its small size, Swaziland boasts a surprising diversity of landscapes from rainforest in the northwest to savanna in the east.
Swaziland is a sub location to South AfricaFind out more about South Africa