Boarder explorers cross into magical Swaziland for an unforgettable rondavel stay overlooking the Maguga Dam with a stay for two, including breakfast at Maguga Lodge.
Choose between these options:
- R879 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 299 for a three-night stay for two
- R1 699 for a four-night stay for two
Sharing in a rondavel, including breakfast
The Lodge at a Glance
Sitting in the heart of the Hhohho Region in Swaziland, Mugaga Lodge offers its guests spectacular views of the Maguga Dam with comfortable accommodation and a chance to experience the magic of Swaziland’s Highveld. On-site facilities include a swimming pool, a lapa and bar, a dart board and ping-pong table, and a restaurant with vibrant wall murals made by a local artist overlooking the Maguga Dam. Nearby activities include boat cruises, fishing, bird watching, hiking trails, cultural visits to an authentic Swazi homestead, Bushman paintings, spa therapy and nearby craft tours
- Spectacular views of the Maguga Dam
- Comfortable accommodation shrouded in the magic of Swaziland’s Magic
- On-site facilities include a swimming pool, lapa and bar, dart board and ping-pong table
- Restaurant with vibrant murals
- Variety of nearby activities
The lodge offers 35 comfortable rondavels, with each room featuring an en-suite bathroom, satellite DStv, air-conditioning and a semi-private patio. All rooms are decorated in bright, contemporary African dècor with beautiful sleeper flooring.
- 35 comfortable rondavels
- All rondavels have en-suite bathrooms
- DStv, air-conditioning and a semi-private patio
- Decorated in bright, contemporary African décor with beautiful sleeper flooring
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do in Swaziland
Swaziland’s mountains, valleys and rivers make it an optimal choice when seeking adventure activities, whilst its rich culture caters to those looking for less of an adrenalin rush. A zip-line through the wilderness is sure to blow hair back as guests enjoy a three to four-hour canopy tour through the tree tops of the Malolotja Nature Reserve. Hikers in search of a challenge can attempt to summit Sibebe, the largest exposed granite pluton in the world. Trails range from the gruelling “steepest walk in the world” to gentler and slower ascents, punctuated with incredible views, caves, waterfalls and swimming holes. Another thrilling activity is that of adventure caving, which allows for an exploration of the unique Gohbolo Cave system for all levels of adventurers wishing to get underground in true speleological fashion.