Maliba Lodge is the first and only 5-star lodge in Lesotho, Southern Africa and is located in a pristine National Park in the heart of this Mountain Kingdom. Offering both Luxury and Self-Catering Lodge Accommodation as well as catering as a Wedding Venue and Conference Venue, Maliba Lodge is the perfect holiday destination for families, groups of friends, and couples on all budgets.
Maliba is a pleasant 4.5 hour drive from Johannesburg International Airport, Gauteng and 6 a pleasant 6 hour drive from Durban.
This award winning Lodge has a Spa, Bana Kids Club, 5-Star restaurant, and amazing staff that cater for your every need.
Activities include hiking, horse riding, cultural / community visits, 4x4 adventures, and has other nearby attractions including Skiing (June- July).
Dedicated to the local community and environment, Maliba Lodge contributes to the Maliba Community Trust which manages a number of community development and Eco-friendly initiatives introduced to maximize community upliftment and minimize its environmental footprint.
Very Accessible: Only 4 hours Drive from Johannesburg and no Need for a 4×4
Lesothos first 5 Star Lodge: With International Standards, Voted One of the Top 101 Hotels of the World by the UKs Tatler Magazine.
Dining: Gastronomic Gourmet Delights to Make your Mouth Water.
The difference: Unique Landscapes, Cultures, Fauna and Flora are an Ideal Contrast to a Safari Holiday. Different from anything else Southern Africa has to Offer.Pristine, Clean Environment, Crystal clear Streams, Fresh Mountain Air and Wide Open Spaces.
4×4 Adventures: For the Adrenalin junkies, Take your Pick from the Many Trails within Lesotho.No Need to Take any Special Precautions: Free from Malaria, Yellow Fever and Contaminated Water.
No Predators: Enjoy Fantastic, Healthy Adventures such as Hiking, Horse riding and exploring with no need for armed guides.
Skiing: With Afri-Ski just an hour and a half from Maliba Mountain Lodge, Beginner to Advanced skiers are accommodated.
Real Africa: Lesotho is a True African Experience, with Friendly Locals living traditional lives in Thatched and Stone huts, the Basotho way.
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