- Set in the Maluti and Drakensberg mountain ranges
- Guided community tour: Cultural Tour of the local Tribe of the Lesotho Mountain People
- Includes value vouchers towards activities, meals and beverages
- The distance from the River lodge chalets to the restaurant is about 600m
Set in the Maluti and Drakensberg mountain ranges, Maliba River Lodge offers luxury accommodation in a National Park, rich with natural landscapes and mountain scenery.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R2 400 for a two-night stay for four
- Pay R3 275 for a three-night stay for four
- Pay R3 349 for a two-night stay for eight
In the River Lodge, including a four-course dinner with a bottle of house wine, guided community tour and value vouchers toward meals, beverages and activities
- Pay R2 065 for a two-night all inclusive stay for two
In a Riverside Hut, including all meals, a guided community tour and value vouchers toward meals, beverages and activities
The Mountain Lodge
Located in the north of the surrounding mountain ranges, Maliba River Lodge offers a peaceful retreat in a naturally beautiful environment. The Riverside cottages can each accommodate up to eight people and consist of two floors. The kitchen in each cottage is fully equipped and the open plan lounge and dining room open out onto the veranda with river views. Under-floor heating and electric blankets make for cosy nights after days spent adventuring, and a Weber braai ensures quality time can be spend enjoying the favoured social pastime of sipping on a sundowner and chatting with friends while the meat cooks on the braai.
Mountain range surroundings provide ample opportunity for guests to explore the natural beauty that the Lesotho region has to offer. An adventure in the wilderness can be done on horse-back or by hiking along the mountain trails. Hot afternoons can be combated with a dip in one of the many rivers, rock pools and waterfalls in the area and a visit to the cultural village will provide guests with a traditional Lesotho lifestyle experience, where the warm and friendly Basotho people welcome visitors.