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Northern Swaziland Tourism Information

Quick Facts: Northern Swaziland

  • The Hhohho region of Swaziland is situated in the northwest
  • Hhohho covers an area of 3,569 km² and has an approximate population of 270,000
  • The Manzini district in Swaziland is located in the center-west of the country
  • Manzini streches over an area of 5,068 km²
  • Manzini  has a population of about 292,000
  • Manzini borders all three other districts of Swaziland: Hhohho in the north, Lubombo in the east, and Shiselweni in the south

Introducing Northern Swaziland

The Hhohho region of Swaziland is situated in the northwest of the country.  It covers an area of 3,569 km² and has an approximate population of 270,000.  The Hhohho region of Swaziland can be divided into 14 tinkhundla. The administrative center is the national capital of Mbabane. It borders Lubombo District in the southeast and Manzini District in the southwest.
 
The Manzini district in Swaziland is located in the center-west of the country strechting over an area of 5,068 km².  This region of Swaziland in Southern Africa has a population of about 292,000 and is divided into 16 tinkhundla.  Manzini borders all three other districts which are Hhohho in the north, Lubombo in the east, and Shiselweni in the south.
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