Duration: 3 Nights
Price: From R3 890.00
Tour Dates

 25 May’18

Prices From

 R3 890.00


Departing From:  Gauteng to Swaziland

Transport:  22 Seater Mini Bus

Hotel:  Tent Village

* All rates are per person based on 2 people sharing a room and subject to availability.

* For a comprehensive quotation and tour itinerary, please email: info@afroglobe.co.za, or Whatsapp +27 73 442 6138.

  • MTN Bushfire Festival

    MTN Bushfire, named “Africa’s Top Festival,” by the BBC and Announced  by CNN as “one of the 7 African music festivals you really have to see,” is Swaziland’s internationally acclaimed music & arts festival, that celebrates creative expression whilst promoting social responsibility, stimulating the economy and drawing talent and tourists from across Africa and around the world.

    Every year around 25,000 music fans from across the globe gather in the scenic Malkerns Valleys of Swaziland to experience the internationally acclaimed event. More than simply a music festival, MTN Bushfire is a holistic experience made up of a rich texture of arts, cultures, crafts, food markets and specialized zones that combine to create an explosive three day event and a memorable take home experience.   
  • Included / Excluded


    • 3 Nights @ Tent Village
    • Meal Plan: 3 x Breakfast
    • Tent Type: 1 x tent which sleeps 2 people, 2 x comfortable high-density foam mattresses, 2 x pillows
    • Transport: 22 Seater Mini Bus
    • General 3 Day Pass to the Festival
    • Swaziland Tour

    Private camping area with ready erected tents close to festival entrance and amenities. This campsite is fenced off from the main campsite and only those with Tent Village wristbands have access. 1 x tent which sleeps 2 people, 2 x comfortable high-density foam mattresses, 2 x pillows (you must bring own blanket or sleeping bag).

    Optional (Own Account)

    • Horse Riding, River Rafting, Abseiling , Quad Trails, Canopy Tour, Adventure Caving, Mountain Biking


    • Meals not specified, Drinks, Gratuities, Items of personal nature