From R190 PPS

From R190 PPS

 

Overview

Lituba Lodge nestling in the beautiful Swaziland Lowveld bush up against the majestic Lubombo mountains. Situated on the main road between Big Bend and Siteki. A rustic lodge with a 26m thatched bar and restaurant which offers a full a la carte menu and in season we offer a large range of seafood. There are 9 thatched rondavels offering basic and clean accommodation, 5 rondavels are fitted out for families of up to 5 the other 4 have twin beds, all fitted with air conditioning and en suite bathrooms

There are 2 good game reserves within 30 mins drive from the Lodge, Mkhaya and Hlane Royal game reserve for details visit biggameparks Swaziland.

An ideal stop if you are travelling to and from Kruger National Park which is just one and a half hours drive from Lituba Lodge and Maputo is just over an hour away.


Travelling to and from Maputo is simple from Lituba Lodge as through the new border at Siteki Maputo is only 78Kms and the drive is around 1 hour 20 minutes.

Facilities

    Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Disabled
  • Room service
  • Small Pets
  • Smoking
  • Telephone

    On Site Facilities

  • Bar
  • Children Allowed
  • Conference Rooms
  • Laundry
  • Restaurant
  • Secure Parking

    Local Facilities

  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Game Viewing
  • Golf Course
  • Gym
  • Hiking
  • Horse Riding
  • Tours

Rates

Additional Rates Info:
Special rates for children under 12 years old, Babies and young children under 2 go free.

1

Sleeps 2
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Thatched rondavel Air conditioned with an ensuite batthroom. Some family units are available that sleep 5

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2015       R 380   R 190
February 2015       R 380   R 190
March 2015       R 380   R 190
April 2015       R 380   R 190
May 2015       R 380   R 190
June 2015       R 380   R 190
July 2015       R 380   R 190
August 2015       R 380   R 190
September 2015       R 380   R 190
October 2015       R 380   R 190
November 2015       R 380   R 190
December 2015       R 380   R 250

2

Sleeps 5
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Thatched rondavel

Date Unit Single PP Sharing
Month Year Wkend Daily Wkend Daily Wkend Daily
January 2015       R 380   R 280
February 2015       R 380   R 280
March 2015       R 380   R 280
April 2015       R 380   R 280
May 2015       R 380   R 280
June 2015       R 380   R 280
July 2015       R 380   R 280
August 2015       R 380   R 280
September 2015       R 380   R 280
October 2015       R 380   R 280
November 2015       R 380   R 280
December 2015       R 380   R 320
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Rates last updated: 23 July 2015
  • Booking Reliability
  • Response Rate: 70%
  • Average Response Time: 13 hours
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Location

Ka-Shoba, Big Bend, Swaziland

Map Lituba Lodge in Siphofaneni  Lubombo  Swaziland

Guest Comments

For those interested in experiencing rural Swaziland this lodge is well located, a long way from the regular tourist traps. Sadly, however, the lodge was run-down to such an extent that we cut short our intended stay. We were a bit dismayed on arrival, anticipating a quiet rural retreat, to find loud music belting out from the bar. We were shown to our room by the housemaid, who used a mop to wipe up water all over the floor from a leaking toilet, which certainly wasn't a good welcome to the place. There was a TV, but there was no plug to plug it into a power socket, and here was no remote control for the air conditioning unit, so we were not able to operate it either. Even the most basic places I had stayed in provide a kettle to make hot water, but this place had no means to heat water. All of this kind of became irrelevant following a late afternoon storm. The power went out and never returned. After about four hours of sitting in the dark we were provided with a single candle. Whilst I don't blame the establishment for the loss of power, sitting in the dark wasn't much fun. At least the music had stopped and the toilet didn't leak any more (no electricity to work the pump). Of course no water for the shower the next morning - probably not such a bad thing as it was pretty filthy in any case. I have stayed in hundreds of budget establishments over the years, and I am sad to say this place rates as one of my worst experiences. Management needs to either clean the place up a bit or close it down. As it is, it is poor value for money.
- Michael Pick

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