Monday, March 20, 2006

Piggs Peak Hotel and Casino awaits you in the majestic mountains of Swaziland

Nestled in the majestic mountain of the Swaziland Kingdom, lies a spectacular Hotel and Casino that is enveloped in spectacular blue skies and brilliant sunshine. The intoxicating smell of pine needles infused with the laughter of children spending their days soaked in sun and fun will send you into a world that is filled with relaxation and ultimate entertainment. With fantastic facilities on offer such as a gym, sauna, tennis and squash courts, swimming and hiking you’re sure to have your best holiday yet. Over 100 Luxurious, air conditioned rooms with M-Net, great bars and superb restaurants will ensure that opulence become the order of the day. If the mood takes you and you feel like a flutter with lady luck, the world-class casino will thrill and entertain you. So sit back and relax as you sip on a colourful summer cocktail and enjoy the magic of Peak Hotel and Casino Swaziland.

State of the art conferencing facilities are provided for at Piggs Peak hotel, so no matter what the conference or occasion the highly skilled staff are ready to co-ordinate your function in a professional manner.

There are a host of activities ranging from clay pigeon shooting, tennis, squash, a refreshing pool and a golf course just a short drive away. With all these activities, you will be hard pressed not to find what you are seeking for in an adventurous escapade.

Many cultural activities take place through the year in this earthy and warm country. Traditional ceremonies are an integral part of Swazi life, despite the advent of modernisation. The most important of these is the sacred Incwala or "Festival of the First Fruits', this is essentially a Kingship ceremony held to renew the strength of the King and the Swazi Nation for the coming year. Another major ceremony is Umhlanga or the Reed Dance which is held during a week at the end of August or early September. Swazi maidens, of marriageable age, gather at the Queen Mother's residence and set out in parties to gather reeds. The reeds are used to repair the windbreak around the Queen Mother's residence.

There are many attractions in the royal kingdom of Swaziland, to name a few, Sibebe is the second largest rock in the world. It is exciting to climb the rock and experience the gorgeous scenic views at the top of the rock. The beautiful views encourages one to stay longer at the top. Swaziland is also rich in flora and fauna. Malolotja game reserve provides a variety of flower species. Unfortunately, not all of us can get away to Swaziland, so Piggs Peak have made it possible for you to play your favourite slot, table and poker games online, all from the comfort of your own home. In addition, you can enjoy a variety of exciting promotions that give you the opportunity of winning lots of cash & extraordinary prizes.
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