Behold the last kingship of southern Africa with cheap flights to Manzini. Geographically located in the middle of the country, this city holds the backbone of transport infrastructure, with the national highway spreading from it to connect all across the country. It spawned from being a hub of commerce since the times of the British, and today is the base of Swazi cultural representation with annual celebrations, dances as well as tribal rituals. Low cost Manzini flights land at Matsapha International Airport, with agents at TravelhouseUK confirming bookings for all SAA flights making a stopover at O R Tambo Airport en-route Manzini.
You will be allowed to travel if it is extremely necessary. Otherwise, there are strict travel restrictions on flights to Manzini due to COVID-19. This term 'essential travelling' includes any travel for the purposes of work, business, or education. In all cases, an RT-PCR test is mandatory, the report of which must be submitted to concerned authorities within 72 hours of conducting the test itself. It needs to be added that the test must be done privately and not through the NHS.
If you are booking from Travelhouseuk, you can. Actually, we are offering flexible tickets in the eventuality that the departure may carry over to a later date and so you can easily get a reschedule. As the pandemic rages on, it seems as if all sense of schedule is getting topsy turvy. It's not that bad, and with the option to reschedule flights when needed, you can restore your confidence in flying during tough times.
There are currently no direct flight from UK to Manzini.
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Ideal time to visit Manzini is during the months of January to April as this period hosts average temperatures. However slightly cooler yet pleasant temperatures are experienced from October to December, making them tourist friendly as well.
King Mswati the Third International Airport is currently serving commercial flights to and from Manzini. This airport, having the IATA code SHO, is a bit far from the city centre and it can take at least an hour to reach downtown. This is when you are not travelling during rush hours.
Manzini, the largest town in Swaziland welcomes visitors to its rich culture and strong traditions with open arms. Known to be a commercial hub, the city also sports enough shopping malls to keep tourists engaged. Manzini’s main attraction is its local market; filled with colour and a wide array of products including handicrafts, glassware, antique boutique items, wood, stone carvings and many other such interesting collections. Although Manzini immerses itself in customs with trace back to generations, it also offers modern, after dark experiences by offering a fair share of night life. Head out to Malandela, as it remains to be the best entertainment venue in Swaziland, offering live performances, alongside hosting the most celebrated 3 day annual Bushfire Festival. The main bars and cafes of the country are centred in Manzini. Stop by at any of the many eateries the city offers, including fine dining restaurants, bakeries and cafes as you indulge in local as well as international cuisines. The traditional Agricultural show has now been transformed into an international trade fair for industries to promote their products. The public places around the central post office and the main malls have open parks to serve as official green areas catering for the town’s urban hub, such as the Millennium Park, Jubilee Park and Civic Office Park. Private greenery efforts include the Summerfield Botanical Garden, located along the banks of the Bobokazi River. Beyond the outskirts along the highway, the Ntfungulu Hills are a prime spot for natural trekking, spanning across protected woodlands, Spring Rivers as well as gorges. Another satellite town of Mhlambanyatsi is located nearby which hosts one of the largest artificial forests. The presence of both Methodist and Anglican Churches highlights the Christian heritage present in the area. One of the largest commercial heritage institutions is Malandela, having an art gallery, a theatre, an arts and crafts workshop as well as a local designer boutique. The famed Swazi Candles are also present here, with wax-made models and multiple patterns of candles regarded as souvenirs representing Swaziland’s heritage. The closest wildlife areas surrounding Manzini include the Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary, the oldest protected wildlife area of the country, the Ngwempisi Gorge, and the most prized of all, the Mkhaya Game Reserve, having a habitat of endangered white rhinos, black rhinos, elephants, leopards and antelopes.