Explore Stunning Waterfalls & Rockpools

Tsehlanyane National Park has 4 major rivers and numerous waterfalls (some of which even freeze over in winter), rock pools, and swimming holes. A nearby valley known as the “Valley Of The Pools” has over 16 deep swimming holes, over a 5km stretch. A spectacular triple waterfall known as Lesaloto is also only a 4-hour return hike from the lodge.

Maliba Lodge's Private Natural Swimming Hole

The parks numerous swimming holes, rapids and rivers all contain pristine clear water. Maliba has its own private natural swimming hole which is less than 50 meters from the chalets, and is in a private natural setting.

Hiker in Tsehlanyane National Park with waterfall in background

Three Cascade Waterfall (Lesaloto Waterfall)

Embarking on a hike to the Three Cascades Waterfall in Ts’ehlanyane National Park. is a nature lover’s dream come true. The trail winds through Lesotho’s pristine wilderness, offering hikers an immersive experience in the heart of the national park. As adventurers navigate the diverse terrain, from lush meadows to rocky slopes, the anticipation builds with each step towards the cascading waters. 

Valley Of The Pools

The valley of pools in Ts’ehlanyane National Park is a serene and captivating landscape nestled within the rugged beauty of Lesotho’s highlands. As visitors explore this pristine valley, they encounter a series of enchanting pools that reflect the surrounding lush vegetation and towering cliffs.

The crystal-clear waters of these pools create a tranquil oasis, inviting travelers to pause and immerse themselves in the natural splendor. Surrounded by indigenous flora and the gentle murmur of the stream, the valley of pools offers a peaceful sanctuary where one can connect with nature.

Traversing a waterfall during Lesotho Ultra

Walking Maps To Waterfalls

The PDFs listed below provide guides to the different tracks available in Malibas vicinity.