Malolotja Nature Reserve

Eswatini/Swaziland

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Accommodation

The cabins at Malolotja are situated near the main entrance gate to the reserve, with views over a small valley in open sourveld grassland, with the more dramatic mountains of the reserve in the distance. Malolotja offers 10 self-catering cabins, fully equipped, including bedding and towels. Two cabins accommodate five people in each (two bedrooms, one with two single beds, one with a single and a bunk bed), the rest accommodating four people in each (two bedrooms with two single beds in each). The cabins each have an outdoor area set up for braais. There is also a restaurant and bar located next to the cabins, open from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm for breakfast and light meals.

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There is also a restaurant and bar located next to the cabins,opening from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm for breakfast and light meals.Each log cabin have an outdoor area set up for braais.

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Activities

Malolotja’s 200km of trails offer some of the finest hiking in southern Africa, from gentle morning walks to multi-day wilderness hikes. Malolotja’s climate is highly variable, and hikers should come prepared for all weather. A limited network of rough roads is not really designed for game viewing but serves to reach the trailheads. Mountain bikes can be hired at the entrance gate. For a more adrenaline-charged experience, the Malolotja Canopy Tour comprises a 50m suspension bridge and 11 wooden platforms ingeniously affixed to the steep sides of Silotshwane Gorge. Participants zip-line from platform to platform on a steel cable high above the forest canopy and Majolomba river.

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