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What to Drink in Swaziland

 

Marula is locally brewed during the marula season. It may be difficult to find; ask locals as it is home-brewed. There is a vibrant nightlife in Swaziland ranging from traditional dances to bars and nightclubs. If you’re staying in Ezulwini, there are four bars at the Royal Swazi hotel; why not check out the Why Not nightclub too? If you’re in the Malkerns area, the House on Fire is extremely popular: local art, local and national DJs, an open-air setting and live acts. Maguga Lodge, Maguga Dam, Piggs Peak, .

Dining at Maguga Lodge is an epicurean delight. The restaurant offers excellent food with an interesting, diverse menu. The striking Lapa Restaurant is a piece of art in itself. The soaring ceilings provide the ambience of space while vibrant wall murals (created by a local artist) light up the interior. The restaurant offers a delicious À la carte menu during the week and on Sundays the atmospheric restaurant comes alive with a delectable buffet lunch. The restaurant is open daily from 7am – 1030pm. Bar & Restaurant Viewing Deck A wooden deck enveloping the front of the restaurant is the perfect place to relax.

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With comfortable cushioned loungers, a stunning view of the dam wall and a comprehensive cocktail menu, the deck offers just the right mixes to watch the sunset and unwind! For sports lovers, there is DSTV in the bar to catch your favorite game! Please ask you server for our selection of board games available for guests. Pool & Lapa Open to guests as well as day visitors, our pool and lapa area can also be booked for private events.

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