Immerse yourself in nature's wonders.

Maliba Lodge offers a captivating glimpse into the rich biodiversity of the Maluti Mountains, allowing guests to encounter a diverse array of wildlife. The lodge’s surroundings provide habitat for indigenous species such as eland, baboons, and mountain reedbuck. Nature enthusiasts may spot elusive nocturnal creatures like genets and porcupines during guided night walks.

The Tsehlanyane National Park is also home to a variety of bird species, from colourful sunbirds to majestic raptors. The chance to witness these creatures in their natural environment adds a touch of adventure to the tranquil retreat offered by Maliba Lodge, creating an unforgettable experience for wildlife enthusiasts.

Discover wildlife around Maliba Lodge

Embark on a guided hiking tour for wildlife viewing at Maliba Lodge, guests can typically arrange this experience through the lodge’s concierge or activity center. The lodge often offers guided tours led by knowledgeable naturalists or local guides who are well-versed in the region’s flora and fauna. 

Guests can express their interest in a wildlife-focused hike, and the staff will coordinate the details, such as the preferred duration, difficulty level, and specific wildlife interests. These guided hikes may take participants through diverse ecosystems where they have the opportunity to observe indigenous wildlife in their natural habitat

Weaver Bird on nest

Birds of Tsehlanyane National Park has as close to a complete database on the subject that you will find anywhere online, while we also have available a list of species that are specific to Ts’ehlanyane in PDF format here.

Basotho Pony grazing among chalets
Eland in Tsehlanyane National Park, lesotho