Rates

Rates are quoted in South African Rands. 1 Lesotho Maloti = 1 SA Rand
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Accommodation rates 2014

35 Rondavels/Larger Rooms

  • Doubles and twins
  • En suite showers
  • Linen supplied

R330pp

10 Farmhouse bedrooms, smaller & older

  • En suite showers
  • Linen supplied

R275pp

4  Basotho huts

  • Basotho huts
  • 3 communal showers
  • Linen supplied.

R190pp

9 Forest huts/Backpackers

  • Communal bathrooms
  • No linen supplied
  • Bring along your own sleeping bag

R165pp

Camping

  • Communal bathrooms
  • No linen supplied
  • Bring along your own sleeping bags

R90pp

Meal rates 2014

Breakfast: R75
Lunch: R85
Dinner: R125
  • Home cooked meals are served at the Malealea Lodge.
  • Linen is supplied in all rooms except the Forest Huts.
  • There is a bar and a shop on site that sells basic food supplies.
  • PLEASE BRING TORCHES OR FLASHLIGHTS. We use a generator for electricity and lights are on only from 6.00pm – 10.00pm.
  • We have two basic self-catering, backpacker-type communal kitchens.

Pony trek rates 2014

Day rides

2 people per group:
3+ people:
R240 – R300pp per day.
R220 – R250pp per day.

Overnight treks

2 people per group
3+ people
R450pp per day
+ R90pp for village huts.
R400pp per day
+ R90pp for village huts.

Tours are tailor-made to meet your requirements. All tours are flexible and
departure can be arranged at a moments notice, except at Christmas, Easter and
on long weekends.

Day hike rates

R10pp per hour,  and plus R10pp for the Museum Visit OR
R10.00 per hour per family, plus R10.00 for Museum visit.
The guides, and museum are paid from the fees.

The balance of the income from the hiking trails is donated to the Malealea
Development Trust, which has funded 3 classrooms, a pre-primary School, a handicraft
centre, a community hall and various small business projects.

Tips

Giving tips are optional. We are always asked about tips for pony trek guides.
We suggested you give R30.00 per day per group. This is entirely optional, as
the horses are hired from the horse owners.
Old clothes are always appreciated as a tip.

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