Rock paintings attributed the San (also known as Bushmen) can be found in many parts of Swaziland, but predominantly in the western highveld granite areas. The paintings are similar in subject matter, style and colouring to the rock art of the Drakensburg and Lesotho.The Nsangwini Rock Art Shelter is the largest in the country and is one of two sites open to the public. The paintings usually depict animals, people, hunting parties, battle scenes and dances.