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Country Lesotho

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Located in Lesotho :: Lesotho
Category: Places :: Country

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The Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho completely surrounded by another country, the republic of South Africa. The country offers natural beauty, rugged terrain, and rich local culture and traditions and a permit-free playground for the more intrepid adventurers. The capital city of Lesotho is Maseru. Accommodation can be found in all the regions of Lesotho. Adventure activities such as skiing, pony trekking, hiking and abseiling for the intrepid traveler. More leisurely pursuits for those seeking a relaxing and revitalizing break include bird watching, boating and fishing.

Contact [ correction ]
Address : Lesotho
Contact : Maseru Tourism Office Information
Tel : +266(0)28 357 207

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Activities [ correction ]
Game Viewing, Quad Bikes, 4WD Trails, Tours and Excursions, Picnics, Hiking Trails, Guided Walks, Mountain Biking, Horse Trails, Golf, Fishing, Swimming, Canoeing, Bird Watching, Photography

Travelling Information

For the route between Semonkong en-route to Khatse dam you will need a 4X4 as this is a very difficult road.
There is a good tar road north of Khatse.

The shortcut between Malealea to Semonkong is only for 4x4.

The gravel roads in Lesotho are in a fair condition.

Snow is expected in June, this will make the routes in Lesotho very difficult.
Lesotho is a summer rainfall area.

 Travel Tip!

Please do remember that when travelling in Lesotho, you must come to a complete stop with your vehicle at any Stop Signs you encounter, despite Police Officers encouraging you to drive towards them, you must first stop at the Stop Sign and then you may continue towards the awaiting Police Officer.

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