Likhubula Forest Lodge invites you to experience this beautiful site at the foot of the majestic Mulanje Mountain. The lodge offers the perfect stop-over, or weekend away, for those who wish to hike up the Mountain, explore the forest and discover the beautiful rock pools and waterfalls in the area.
Accommodation is either in the main lodge or the camping site. The lodge has 5 bedrooms, of which 2 are ensuite. One of these ensuite rooms is separate from the lodge in an annex. If you have a large group you may book the entire lodge and annex.
If you are staying in the lodge, our friendly staff are at your disposal and will serve you set meals as planned for the day.
Mount Mulanje is the highest mountain in Malawi, spanning a massive 345 sq miles with the highest peak, Sapitwa, at 3002m above sea level. Nestled at the foot of the mountain, Likhubula Forest Lodge gives a panoramic view of the mountain and surrounding area. Some special highlights include rock pools, fed by the Likhubula River. Two of the most spectacular pools, Dziwe La Nkhlamba and Likhubula are close to the lodge.
|LFL Rates with VAT||Room only – per person
|Two or more people sharing||$25.00|
|Two people sharing||$20.00|
|Camping/ pp/ per night||$7.00|
1. Rates are valid from 1st September 2017. All rates are subject to change without notice.
2. Accommodation is either in the main lodge or the camping site. The lodge has 5 bedrooms, of which 2 are ensuite. One of these ensuite rooms is separate from the lodge in an annex building
3. Please note that prices are per person and not per room per night.
Payment: Payment is made on arrival at the lodge. Please note that prices are per person and not per room per night. Should you book through a travel agent, vouchers or proof of payment must be shown on arrival. Other forms of payment may be arranged with the proprietor prior to your arrival date.
Directions to Likhubula Forest Lodge:
Take the road from Limbe to Mulanje. At Chitakale, turn off on the road to Phalombe. Continue for approximately 11 kms and just as your cross over the Likhubula bridge, take the forestry road and follow the signs.