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The romantic setting next to the smooth flowing Mvubu River (Mvubu means hippo) surrounded by old trees and overlooking the hills, it is the ideal place to stay and unwind. Mvubu Falls Lodge is wheel chair friendly and is situated in a malaria free area. All rooms, with en suite bathrooms, have DSTV, air-conditioning and heater. The rooms are spacious and the area per room including bathroom is 28 m².
Breakfast and dinner are served in our beautiful bush-bar restaurant, the rock swimming pool and the trails to the nearby waterfalls and eagle rock are all part of the package.

Because of its central local, visiting Swaziland is easy, giving you access to the nature reserves, wildlife parks, the Swazi Cultural Village, the handicraft shops at Ezulwini, the Casino and an 18 hole golf course.
The adventure lovers there is a possibility to canoe-safari on the Maguga Dam, rafting at the Big Usuthu River, abseiling, caving, mountain biking, horse riding or hiking. Nature lovers are not forgotten because there is a variety of birding, fauna and flora to enjoy. For maximum comfort and security on road trips we offer a secured car/motorbike parking.

The location of this Hotel is idea bcause you are very close to the city centre  in Mbabane  and  Ezulwini  where you will finf all the banks, supermakerts, places to relax,hot springs.

Bus station is found in Mbabane  where you will find transport to South Africa and nelspruite.

 

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Hotel Address: Ezulwini, Ezulwini

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Getting there

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How to find us
Heading from Oshoek border post or Piggs Peak Drive yourself to the MR3 main highway trough Swaziland heading for Mbabane/Manzini. On your way you’ll
notice Ngwenya and a litlle later the capital city of Mbabane. Once there make sure not to follow the city center off-ramps, but pass by Mbabane instead by keeping right, following direction Manzini.
After Mbabane you’ll descend the Malagwane Hillfor about 6 km. At the bottom on the slightly ascending straight lane you should look for a brown signal board “Ezulwini, lodges and Casino”. Take the exit here and head back on the same highway for 1.5 km. Cross over the cattle grid and proceed for 200 m up to where the road has a very sharp left turn.
Do not follow the road but proceed straight ahead on a narrower tar road. After 300 m you will come to a narrow single lane bridge. Cross the bridge and turn right after 50 m which is the main entrance of Mvubu Falls Lodge.
Coming  from Manzini:
Take the MR3 Highway to Mbabane.
After about 20 km stay on the MR3 and ignore the first three “Ezulwini” off-ramps.
About 1.5 km behind the last of these three signs and before ascending the Malagwane Hill you’ll notice the Mvubu Falls sign. Take the exit here. Do not follow the road but proceed straight ahead on a narrower tar road. After 300 m you will come to a narrow single lane bridge. Cross the bridge and turn right after 50 m which is the main entrance of Mvubu Falls Lodge.