Malolotja National Park

22 Guest Reviews
22 Customer Reviews
  • 13 Self-catering chalets and a restaurant.
  • Comprising 11 platforms, 10 slides, and a suspension bridge.
  • Malolotja offers 200 km of hiking trails.
  • Description
  • Facilities
Malolotja National Park offers 13 self-catering chalets on a bed and breakfast basis, a restaurant, the Malolotja Canopy Tour experience and camp sites.

Malolotja Nature Reserve is one of the most impressive mountain parks in Southern Africa. The spectacular scenery and the variety of fauna and flora makes it a prime highveld conservation area. It is the last unspoilt mountain wilderness left in Swaziland. The reserve extends over an area of 18 000 hectares in North-west Swaziland, making it the largest proclaimed protected area in the Kingdom.
  • Type: Self-catering, Camping and Caravanning
  • Sleeps: 138
  • Check-in: 02:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 22
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Babysitting Services
  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Fireplace
  • Satellite TV*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Credit Card Facilities

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Zulu (isiZulu)
  • Afrikaans
  • Swati (siSwati)
* Please enquire for further details.

22 Reviews on Malolotja National Park

Avons passés 2 nuits au Malolotja Park. Chalet trés confortables. Le restaurant du parc est vraiment trés simple (plus possible de manger aprés 6 heures du soir), mais cela n'a pas d'importance dés lors que l'on a prévu ce cas. Avons fait le Malolotja Canopy Tour qui est très chouette.

Olivier / Patrice COMOLET / COURNOT, France
15 August 2013

We camped and enjoyed the camp site very much. Had to remind the cleaners to clean the ablutions, though, but they did clean after our request. Nice walkabouts in the park.

Ria Nel, South Africa
17 June 2013

We stayed on the camp site in the last week of May. It was a bit cold the first night because of the wind, because it is an open field you cannot really hide from that. Warm water was provided by to tanks off water heated by a fire, kind of primitive but it worked perfectly! The surroundings are so nice and right outside the park was a little handicraft market and Piggs peak and other things to see are easily to reach by car. When you're in the surroundings Malolotja is really good place to stay, but don't go there especially for the place itself.

Lisanne Snijders, Netherlands
11 June 2013

I would just like to mention that this was one of the worst campsites I have ever visited. The campsites are not particularly suitable for caravans as they are edged with a stone wall which you can’t get over with a caravan. We eventually found a spot that does not walled but this is not level at all. The bathrooms were covered in bat droppings and spider webs. I had to go ask at reception if they will send someone to clean the bathrooms which only happened the next day. There were only fire for hot water in the mornings and some mornings they only pitched at 10am to start the fire. I am truly disappointed with the facilities and service and would not recommend the place to anybody.

Marisca Meyer, South Africa
02 April 2013

We stayed 2 nights in Malolotja, we did a great hike down to the waterfalls and also the canopy tour. The scenery is magnificent and there is quite a bit of game(Blesbok, Zebra, Hartebees and Eland) and bird-life to see! The accomodation is basic but adequate(warm fire and comfy beds). All kitchen equipment was supplied. I will definately be returning with some of my friends!

Neill Nortje, South Africa
02 April 2013
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