In the mesmerizing Kingdom of Swaziland is a luxuriant and lush valley named ‘heaven’ by the noble Swazis. In this valley lies Sibane Hotel (The Light of Swaziland).
Sibane Hotel refurbished and re-opened in August 2011, has a courteousness that is immediately apparent from the winding tree around the property.
The Kingdom of Swaziland has a history of tradition and culture that pervades the land and infuses the Valley. Sibane Hotel nestles in the Ezulwini Valley and the blend of royal custom and quality reigns. The warmth of the noble Swazi people is illustrated by their amiable welcome.
Swaziland offers both foreign individual travellers and conference delegates a variety of attractions and activities - from scenic drives around the countryside, to exciting arts and crafts, as well as great adventures such as hiking, river rafting and game drives.
The Royal Swazi Sun's spectacular,18-hole, championship golf course next door is one of the most scenic locations found anywhere in the world, with a different mountains cape waiting to be enjoyed from every tee and green.
The sweeping par 72 course, which was opened in 1966,is played o the men's tees to a length of 6166 metres (5258 metres for women). It has been laid out on the slopes of the Lebombo Range which curve gently down into the valley where the Swazi Sun Hotels are situated. The first nine holes are comparatively level, and the second nine fully exploits the mountainous terrain.
Greens and fairways are in tip-top condition as a complete refurbishment programme was completed in December 1996. All the greens have been planted with Durban Country Club grass, which provides a thinner and therefore faster putting surface, and all meet PGA standards. The fairways are planted with hardy Kikuyu, which stands up well to constant use and remains relatively green throughout the year.