With COVID-19 regulations allowing meetings, we offer a FREE VENUE for conferences.
Sibebe Resort lies adjacent to one of southern Africa’s most impressive geological features, the majestic Sibebe Rock! This immense three-billion-year-old granite monolith that covers 16,500ha is the largest granite dome in the world rising to a height of 1,488m.
Sibebe Resort is surrounded by the most spectacular scenery and within the most hospitable communities. We are proud to be part of the protection of our environment and our people within this peace of paradise. "It's a photographer's paradise", said one German based tourist after visiting this amazing place.
We aim to protect the environment at Sibebe and to minimise and manage any adverse impacts on the Sibebe ecosystem arising from the operation of the resort.
We are committed to energy efficiency, waste reduction and recycling. We also aim to educate our visitors on the local culture, biodiversity conservation and the delicate landscape we are fortunate to be part of.
We support the Dlangeni and Ngweni communities by
Our ecosystem hosts a wide variety of habitats and supports a diversity of endemic and endangered flora and fauna, the endangered blue swallow being one of these. The castle kopjes, tors, boulders and gleaming slopes of exfoliating granite will take your breath away. Trails radiate in all directions, leading to caves, waterfalls and hidden pockets of indigenous forest making this destination top of your bucket list!
Just 13km out of the capital city of Mbabane nestled in amongst the Sibebe granite monolith are thatched cottages, our chalets, and impressive dining facilities not to mention infinity pool. Our tranquil resort provides the perfect getaway from city life of polluted air and noise to the freedom and fresh air of nature with the most outstanding views. A soul healing experience.
We would like to inform all our guests that we follow the COVID-19 Eswatini Tourism Guidelines. You are encouraged to wear your face mask at all times and keep a safe social distance of at least 2 metres.