Maliba Lodge

South Africa

  • Luxurious en-suite accommodation
  • Perfect for nature and wildlife lovers
  • Various hiking trails
  • Cultural village visits
  • Visit the dinosaur prints

Open: All year

Location: Tsehlanyane National Park

Rooms: Six Basotho style luxury chalets at Mountain Lodge. Self catering facilities are available at River Lodge.

Activities: All activities here are fantastic for wildlife and nature lovers. There are at least five trails to hike on from the lodge; horse riding; birding; 4x4 drives; swimming in natural springs; rock climbing; village visits. Nearby you can go skiing and snowboarding (yes, in Africa!!); visits to caves are fascinating; and you can even follow the footsteps of the giants as Lesotho has some of the best preserved Dinosaur prints in the world.

Facilities:  There is a restaurant and bar located in the main lodge. Spoil yourself with a wonderful spa treatment at the on-site spa centre. In your luxury chalet you will find a lovely open fire to sit by in the cool winter months. There are stunning views from your private deck area; safe; a mini bar; and tea and coffee making facilities are also included in the chalets. The Honeymoon Suite features a wonderful Jacuzzi and a TV.

Dining: Meals are served in the beautifully decorated restaurant

Children: Children of all ages are welcome

Health: Due to the altitude this is not a malarial area.

Communication: No mobile phone signal here unfortunately, but there is Wifi and internet available.

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Client Rating for South Africa 5/5 from 74 reviews

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