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Lesotho Attractions

Lesotho Attractions

THE MOUNTAIN KINGDOM

AN UNEXPECTED HIGH

Lesotho: a welcoming country rich in culture and real, natural attractions. Winter brings snowfall and pristine landscapes, and summer is green and lush, with moderate temperatures.

TSEHLANYANE

NATIONAL PARK

2 hours Over 5 600 hectares of rugged mountainous terrain, including a rare indigenous forest with hiking trails that lead to rivers and waterfalls.

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LIPHOFUNG

Caves and Museum

1.5 hours Also close to Butha Buthe, a large overhang has preserved beautiful San and Stone Age rock art, and a great many Stone Age tools.

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Bokong

Nature Reserve

3 hours From the cliff-edge visitors’ centre, enjoy views across the mountains and overlook the Lepaqoa waterfall.

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Letseng

Diamond Mine

30 minutes’ drive from Afriski The world’s highest diamond mine is renowned for large gemstones.

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#PUMPFORPEACE PUMP TRACK

PUMP TRAIL

The #pumpforpeace Pump Track in Lesotho’s university town, Roma, is a unique venture offering skills training and BMX and MTB thrills.

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SCENIC

KATSE DAM

Katse Dam is situated in one of the most scenic regions of the Maluti Mountains of Lesotho.

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Highlands

Tourette Yellowfish

Lesotho offers arguably the finest sight fishing for yellowfish on the planet.

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Leribe

Dinosaur footprints

1.5 hours Petrified dinosaur tracks preserved in stone alongside the Subeng River near Butha Buthe.

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Ramabanta

4×4 Routes

Whether you’re looking for family adventures or the challenge of an extreme off-road experience, Ramabanta is a 4×4 paradise waiting to be discovered.

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Tsehlanyane National Park

Hiking

Tsehlanyane National Park is one of two national parks in Lesotho and makes up an integral part of the greater Maloti / Drakensberg Trans-Frontier Park.

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Sani pass

4×4 Lesotho highlands

The Sani Pass is one of the most spectacular mountain passes in SA, meandering over the Drakensberg escarpment into Lesotho.

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Semonkong

Maletsunyane Abseil

The Maletsunyane Abseil is the longest commercially-operated single-drop abseil in the world, operated by Semonkong Lodge, Lesotho

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Malealea

Pony-trekking

Malealea is situated in a remote but breath-taking part of Western Lesotho and offers a chance to experience traditional Basotho life

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