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Car rental in Swaziland in a couple of minutes! rental stations in Swaziland

    By stopping a choice on our service for booking a car in Swaziland, you choose the best. Our prices are lower than those of competitors, and the quality is always on top. We work directly with rental points, and therefore we can afford to provide a price without unnecessary margins and fees. Booking has never been so easy and affordable. Follow three steps and nothing else, we will do the rest for you!

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    • It is important to remember that the main payment is made directly at the rental point, and therefore worry in advance that the required amount is on the account.
    • When booking, indicate the details of the person who has a driver's license and will drive the car. Otherwise, you may be denied a car.

    Booking in Swaziland always seemed to you a process that takes a lot of time and effort? Do you think that booking a car is expensive and useless? It's time to dispel your stereotypes! Our company has extensive experience in this area and hundreds of tourists make daily car reservations through our service.

    It's no secret that booking a car seems like an expensive pleasure, but with our service, this statement is nothing more than a myth. When choosing a car, you are provided with all options from economy class to luxury class. However, they are all presented at the lowest possible prices. This is because we work directly with rental points and can afford to avoid unnecessary fees and extra charges, and therefore booking is very profitable. Our service will allow you not only to relax in comfort, but also to keep your budget. When booking, you can order additional services of a different nature, from a child seat to a spare set of tires. All this is possible, and upon your choice, it will be indicated in the confirmation voucher. It takes so little time to book a car that you will be pleasantly surprised. Just follow three easy steps and nothing else.

    1. Choose the dates you need, you can change them if you contact in time.
    2. Choose the car you are interested in from the extensive list. Remember that we are not responsible for the fact that you may be presented with another car at the rental point. This is due to the heavy workload of some rental points. But in turn, we guarantee that the class of the car will be fully respected.
    3. Fill out your contact information by entering the data in the appropriate fields, be as careful and focused as possible.

    We will do the rest for you. You just have to arrive at the rental point on time and pick up the car.

    Swaziland: you will get to know this country better if you have a car


    Swaziland is one of the last absolute monarchies in the world and the smallest country in the southern hemisphere. On the maps it looks like the dot on the border with South Africa and Mozambique. Naturally, tourists come here quite rarely, though here there are things worth checking!

    When it is better to go to Swaziland?

    Swaziland has a warm tropical climate with high temperature and humid levels. Thermometer in the period from December to March (which is the summer) range within +26 – 32 C during the day and 20 C or slightly lower at night. It is better to give preference to this time for travelling to Swaziland.

    Cultural life of the country and national holidays revolve around the King, his family and the potential wives. Thus, the Incwala Ceremony is considered the most important annual event. It occurs between the end of December and the beginning of February. The sacred rituals of the festival start under a full moon. In the Royal Palace of Lomomba king is given the first harvest of pumpkins. After this costumed warriors try to impress the monarch by dance performances.

    In the mid-February in Swaziland takes place annual Festival ‘Marula’ which locals call Emagatvini. It is dedicated to the exotic green fruit from which beer is brewed. The Royal Family participates in the largest song and dance festival its palace Ebuhleni.

    Annual Umhlanga Festival or ‘Reed Dance’ is held in the late August or early September. At this time, tens of thousands of young girls make a dance journey with reeds in the hands of the to the King and the Queen Mother. Dance is headed by the Princesses. Girls wear short skirts and traditional jewellery and look bright and colourful. The King is allowed to choose a new bride among them. The last two days of this event are open to the public.