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Learn More: Swaziland Health Declaration

Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Swaziland. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

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Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Swaziland must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

Swaziland is a landlocked country in the Southern part of Africa and is bordered by Mozambique in the northeast, South Africa to its west, north, and south. The country is commonly known as Swaziland but officially is called the Kingdom of Eswatini or Eswatini which means “Land of the Swazis”. Only a few hours away from South Africa, Swaziland is a hidden gem that you must visit at least once. The Swazis are known for their great hospitality, a warm embrace, and lovely smiles, they are extremely welcoming people who are always willing to share their culture with you. The country is the last standing monarchy in Africa. Swaziland, though small in size, is packed with extremely beautiful rivers, ravines, waterfalls, valleys, and green peaks that are absolutely stunning and are sure to take your breath away. The nature reserves are the star attractions of this place. People who love the adrenaline rush and are adventurers are sure to love this country because of the variety of thrilling adventures it has to offer. Caving, white water rafting, hiking, rock climbing, abseiling, zip-lining are only some of the many activities that you could enjoy here. Apart from this, the country boasts of some really delicious food which includes braised meat, pap, porridge, stews, fresh fruits and more. The landscape here is a feast for your eyes, it is a different kind of heaven. The rolling mountains, pristine waters, plains, and lush valleys make it the best place to hike. The best way to enjoy this picturesque landscape is by hiking and therefore, Swaziland is also called the “hiker’s Eden”. The Ezulwini Valley and Sheba’s Breast Mountain are so beautiful that they will take your breath away. It leads to a place called the Execution Rock which was a place from which criminals were forced to jump off from until the practice of it was banned. The Hlane Royal National Park is a sanctuary full of animals and home to elephants, rhinos and lions along with a vast species of birds which includes the white-backed vulture. You must go out on a safari accompanied by a guide and enjoy the view of some of the most well-kept animals of varying breeds. Besides this, you can also go mountain biking, visits to the cultural Swazi villages and even go camping. The Mbuluzi Game Reserve is another interesting place to visit. Here too you can see more animals like giraffes, zebras, kudus, jackals, wildebeests, and nyala, and even more. The beautiful valley of heaven which is known as the Ezulwini Valley in Lobamba is the spiritual and cultural heart of Swaziland. This place is home to Swaziland’s monarchy. You can also visit Mbabane which is the capital city that is home to the amazing Swazi market which is famous for its colorful and vibrant crafts like baskets, jewelry, and textiles. The Malolotja Nature Reserve and Phophonyane Falls Nature Reserve is straight out of a picture, it is absolutely heavenly and one that you cannot miss. The Malolotja Falls boasts of some of the highest water cascades. From wetlands to grasslands to riverine forests to the amazing variety of wildlife, the experience is refreshing. The Phophonyane Falls Ecolodge and Nature Reserve is a place where you can relax in the arms of nature, the place states its motto is “Peace, Privacy, Paradise”. The lush forests, clear rivers, and choice of huts elevate the experience to a different level. The unique accommodation is one that you must try out when you visit this place. The huts are designed on the traditional model of the Swazi huts but are taken up a notch to give a better experience to those who stay here.

Another unique place is the Swazi Candle Centre which is located in the Malkans Valley which makes 35-40 candles per person. These candles are not like the ones you’ve seen, they are elephant-shaped and colorful, and beautiful. The Mantanga village is a replication of Swazi life, the Mantanga Falls is the most famous waterfall in Swaziland and it has the biggest volume of water. While in Swaziland, you must watch out for the two major and main festivals which are Umhlanga and Incwala. The Umhlanga festival is the animated dance ceremony and is Swaziland’s most famous festival. The Incwala is a kingship ritual that lasts for up to three weeks. There is a lot to do here in Swaziland and it is worth your time. Give yourself a good vacation by placing yourself amidst this beautiful environment. You can easily visit this country but you will need to fill in a health declaration form which is called the Swaziland Health Declaration form and is a mandatory electronic document that must be filled by everyone visiting the country. This document will be required to abide by the standard laws and rules that are imposed by the Health Officials of the country in an effort to try and curb the spread of the covid-19 virus. The health declaration form states that you will follow the primary protocols that have been laid down by the government. It is extremely easy to get hold of this document and does not require much of your time. iVisa.com can simplify this process for you and make it one that is extremely convenient. All you need to do is visit our website and find out everything related to your visit. you can also contact us with any kind of queries that you might have regarding the document or the place, we are available and at your service around the clock.

You need not worry about the safety of your documents because we can assure you that it is our primary focus and we are extremely careful with such personal detail. In fact, you could head over to our website and read more from our clients who have taken our services for their trips.

We hope you have a great stay in Swaziland!

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