A visit to Bulembu Country Lodge means an unforgettable stay, whether you are interested in sight seeing or taking in some of the wide variety of activities we offer, we have something to fit every personality.
Be sure to book your tour and/or activities in advance to ensure availability.
Stay at the Bulembu Country Lodge
Take a walk through our very own museum located right in town. It is an amazing visual experience, to see the history Bulembu holds.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturdays: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
During any closed times, the museum can be opened by lodge staff.Please contact lodge reception at – (+268) 7602 1593
To add to our vision of sustainability, we have several successful enterprises to both help with the funding of our Childcare programs as well as job creation for our adults and future generations. Our enterprises include making honey, a water plant, a bakery, Creativity Centre featuring the skilled artisans of the local community, as well as a dairy.
If you are planning to take one of our fabulous hiking tours members of our community will be glad to guide you all the way. All you need is a good pair of shoes and a camera for your hike up Swaziland’s highest mountain, Emlembe.
Other hikes, which are also guided, include a visit to the neighbouring homestead, Malanda. Shorter hikes can be taken to nearby waterfalls and other scenic points.
We also have a swimming pool and DSTV available at the Bulembu Country Lodge, free of charge.
Discover Swaziland and South Africa
While Bulembu has plenty to offer, we also suggest you take time to explore the many attractions of the South African Lowveld as well as Swaziland’s best kept secrets.
Rich in cultural tradition, Swaziland is home to some of Southern Africa’s most skilled artisans. Visit Ngwenya Glassblowing factory to witness the amazing glass blowing process or visit the Swazi Candle factory, world-renowned for its imaginative designs and colourful presentation.
Swaziland is packed full of natural wonders. From soaring mountains to deep river gorges in the North to grassland and forests in the South, the Swazi landscape is as diverse as it is beautiful. Go white water rafting down the great Usuthu River or rent a fishing rod and enjoy Swaziland’s best trout fishing along the rivers banks. Or hike the famed Sibebe Rock – the largest granite outcrop in the world and experience a guided safari to several of Swaziland’s Nature and Game Reserves. For adventure and thrill seekers, activities include adventure caving, rock climbing, horseback riding, mountain biking, paragliding, quad biking and much more.
Other major attractions of the South African Lowveld include Kruger National Park, the majestic Blyde River Canyon, the Three Rondavels and the spectacular Pilgrim’s Rest.
Bulembu Country Lodge is the ideal base to explore both South Africa and Swaziland.