Maliba Riverside Rondavels are opened

Maliba Lodge opens its new Riverside Rondavels!

For a truly traditional Basotho experience, Maliba has launched their new Riverside huts, situated on the river, with natural rock pool and large boma area.

It has been an exciting time for Maliba as we have watched both the Mountain and River lodges become more and more popular, resulting in full occupancy over the last few months.

These rondavels, which were originally staff accommodation were renovated in time for the festive season of 2011. These cosy stone and thatch huts are beautifully constructed in the traditional Basotho style.

Exclusive and private, they are perfect for singles or couples on a budget, small family groups, and anyone who wants to truly get away and feel the authentic Basotho experience in the heart of the Maloti Mountains.

• Quaint, rustic Basotho style rondavels.
• Breakfast and dinner included.
• Comfortable accommodation.
• Communal bathroom.
• No electricity (L.E.D lamps provided).
• Accommodation sleeps 2 adults sharing.
•  Towels and linen are provided.
• Serviced daily.
• Bush setting, private, on river with
natural rock pool.
• Boma area.
• Lunch available at extra charge.

 

Contact the Maliba Reservations Office with your enquiries.

2 comments

  1. sally rieder says:

    I loved my short stay with you in November (daughter Colette van Heerden)and would love to come back on my own arriving say 23/9 ex Jhb departing 26/9 to KZN BUT no transport! Any ideas. Greyhound bus to ? and from ?

    • Maureen says:

      Hello Sally, Malutifootprints and Tours (Pty)Ltd have an association with Maliba Lodge (we take people there to pony-trek from South Africa) We would be able to meet you in Harrismith, the long distance buses pull in there at Bergview (One Stop) bring you through to Fouriesburg for overnight which is close to the border of Lesotho, staying at Fouriesburg Country Inn they offer lovely but affordable accommodation and take you through to Maliba Lodge next morning..pls contact us directly for more info. Regards, Dean and Maureen, for Malutifootprints and Tours.

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