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Sani Mountain Lodge

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed in the backpackers. After all these years: The road there is still non-existent. The kitchen and bathrooms are remote from the rooms and only accessible by a freezing and wet outside walk - when they could so easily be connected. It did not...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Up and down Sani from Monatsa to Sani Mountain Lodge this is our first time in Lesotho from Monantsa border post you in a different world till you get to the A1 best road we have ever seen then we went to AFRISKI ski lodge...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our stay at Sani Mountain Lodge was fantastic, after gruelling hike up the pass with howling wind against us. Lodgings were toasty warm and comfortable. Dinner and breakfast at the Lodge, were great, with excellent menu choice. My only misgiving for hiker ( and all...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have a very good stay at the Lodge even though it was for on night only. The trip up the Sani Pass was always on our bucket list so the stay at the Lodge became the cherry on top ! The food was great...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed at the backpackers from 23-26 April to acclimatise to the altitude for my race competing in the Ultra trail Drakensberg to be held on 27 April 2018. The charge to drive up and down Sani Pass of R880 is expensive but understandable. But...More

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estiestander
19 February 2018|
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Yes. The trip up takes about two hours with the photo stops. There isn’t much to do at the top unless you like walking - walk along top of mountain for some spectacular shots of the winding road you have just travelled... More
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"don't let them book you into the room they use for guides accommodation if you can help it especially if..."
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"Bungalows might be nice but far to expencieve"
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"We assume that the smaller rooms would actually be warmer, stay away from the large rooms as they do not heat..."
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"The rondavels are very cozy and comfy when staff light the coal fires at night."
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