About Mageba Lodge
Mageba Lodge is located in the town of Greytown, which lies in the forest-clad rolling hills of the Natal Midlands.
Guests have a choice of staying in one of the Double Rooms or Twin Rooms with en-suite bathrooms and TVs with DStv. The Double Rooms offer double beds and the Twin Rooms offer double and single beds. Please note that smoking is not allowed in the rooms.
Dinner is available on request at an additional cost and tea and coffee-making facilities, a bar fridge and a microwave are available in the dining area. Secure parking is available and there are laundry and braai facilities.
Greytown is a picturesque little town which settled during the 1850s. It is subsequently filled with buildings, scenic drives and Boer history. Guests can visit the Battlefields Route, the Craigie Burn Nature Reserve, the Weenen Nature Reserve or the Midlands Meander. The hillsides around the town host various Bushmen paintings for guests to see.
Mageba Lodge Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Greytown
(59.7 km from Greytown)
The Karkloof Farmers’ Market is an authentic and unique indoor market with a wide variety of stalls offering everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to delicious home-baked treats and organic products.
(31.4 km from Greytown)
The Hidden Valley Trail or Southern Cross is a scenic and mountainous 4x4 trail, 40 km from Mooi River. The trail is ideal for both the experienced and beginner 4x4 driver with a difficulty grading from 3 to 5. Low range, high clearance vehicles...
(47.7 km from Greytown)
One of the largest dams in KwaZulu-Natal, Albert Falls Dam and Nature Reserve is a popular playground for sailors, canoeists, twitchers, hikers, horse riders and fisherfolk. The dam is rated one of the best bass fishing dams in the world and an...
(51.5 km from Greytown)
The Karkloof River rises in the range and drops down through thickly wooded forests creating many small waterfalls. The beautiful and dramatic Karkloof Falls, 105 metres high plunge over the cliff at Shafton Grange, known by the early settlers as...