Mzansi Girl goes to Swaziland

Travel blogger and founder of Mzansi Girl, Meruschka Govender says everyone, more especially South African's should visit Swaziland.

The landlocked monarchy is known for its wilderness reserves and festivals showcasing traditional Swazi culture.

Swaziland also boasts the popular MTN Bushfire Music Festival which Govender will be attending this weekend.

The annual Pan-African explosion includes a multi-faceted line up of the highest quality featuring live music, theatre, poetry, film, circus, dance and visual arts from all over the globe.

Each year a diverse audience of up to 20 000 people come together over three days to celebrate cultural meeting points, fuelling a feast of magical performances from Africa and beyond.

Govender has been to the festival ten times already and recommends everyone joins her next year.

Listen to the clip below for Mzansi Gal's planned Swaziland adventure:


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