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Thabana Ntlenyana

Thabana Ntlenyana Thabana-Ntlenyana, 3482m, is the highest peak in Southern Africa. The mountain is located in eastern Lesotho, only about 15 kilometers from top of the Sani pass. We stayed overnight in Sani Top Chalet, the highest pub in Africa and a backpackers location, and did a two-day hike to the top of Thabana-Ntlenyana. Guides and horse treks to the mountains are also available from the pub. The mountains are filled with amazing scenery and rural Basotho shepherds living in stone rondawels. In some places the shepherds asked us to avoid larger herds of sheep of cows. Coordinates Thabana-Ntlenyana: 2928'10 S, 2916'15 E Sani Top Chalet: 2935'08 S, 2917'14 E....

Ha Baroana

Ha Baroana Ha Baroana is place with caves on the way to Mohale dam. In this historical caves the san tribe used to live in. The tribe left their trade mark all throughout Lesotho caves of which Ha baroana is one of those. The san have left historical rock-painting that date back from the 16th Century. this tribe is recently found in the Kalahari deserts in Botswana, where they still leave the primitive way of life. They are historically known the best hunters in the southern parts of Africa. The paintings in Ha-Baroana are beautiful and gives the true reflection of the way the san people lived at that time, and the different wild animals they used to hunt. there is a lodge near that place called Molengaone Lodge. To go to th...


Maseru Maseru is the capital of Lesotho and is located in the lowlands of the country - they are still pretty high at an altitude of over 1000 meters. The name means the place of red sandstone. The main road through the centre of town is the Kingsway. It was paved for the occasion of a Royal visit by the British King just after the second world war. Maseru comnies a more modern approach to life with the old traditional ways. It is possible to see Basotho blanket-clad horsemen riding through a traffic queue or traditional craftsmen at work on the pavement outside a computerised office block. And although there are not many real sights Maserua is an easy-going place and you don't have to go far to find some good hike...

Sehlabathebe National Park

Sehlabathebe National Park Sehlabathebe National Park is the only official National Park in Lesotho. Half the fun of the park is getting there, since it is rather remote. You need a 4X4 vehicle but even then you could be stuck going in or out waiting for a river to go down after heavy rains. The average elevation of the park is some 2,400 meters which means you can get altitude sickness. If you do arrive in the park then the best thing to do is go on a hike or a pony trek to fully enjoy the scenery. It maybe a good idea to take a guide with you on your excursions (there is always someone willing to take you for a minimal fee) as it is easy to get lost if a thick mist descends... There are melodious echos in that area and historically pe...




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Lesotho @ Quthing / Qacha / Sehlaba Thebe
Go through the mountain passes of Lesotho highlands heading to Sehlaba-thebe National Park, one of the designated national parks in Lesotho. It comprises 6500 h..

Lesotho @ Roma / Semonkong, Abseiling
Bird watching and a series of photographs. Without wasting much time in this small city, we pass on and travel through the rugged roads of Lesotho while taking ..

Lesotho @ Kome / Semonkong
TY the capital city of Berea where we will hop for crafts and then proceed to Kome caves in the Berea district. They have been declared a national heritage and ..

Lesotho @ Oxbow / Sani Pass
Visit the small town of TY, a home of the handicrafts centers. After shopping in TY, we continue with our journey to the place of the Major Bells Tower in Lerib..

Lesotho @ Semonkong / Mohale Tour
Journey going to Mohale Dam (part of the Lesotho Highlands water project) where we will embark on some spectacular activities such as boating and dam tour. Mout..