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Lesotho Popular Places to Visit

Ha Kome Caves

Ha Kome Cave Dwellings,originated bacjk from the 1st King Of Lesotho -clan!

Teyateyaneng, Lesotho

Mohale Dam

Mohale Dam suports ,the Katse Dam ,with water flow and maintains the level.

Mohale, Lesotho

Semonkong Lodge

Semonkong lodge has hiking and pony trekking ,to the the Guinees book of records Abseil.

The Maletsunyane wterfall is a single drop and is 204 meters.

Roma, Lesotho

Katse Dam

Katse Dam is one of the 3rd largest dams in the world and supplies water to Johannesburg. Soweto and the mining industry!

Thaba- Tseka, Lesotho

Oxbow Lodge

Oxbow Lodge,is the original ski resort and accommodates up to 50 people.

Has its own resturant and bar area.

Mokhotlong, Lesotho

Malealea Lodge

Malealea Lodge specializes in Pony Trekking and Hiking!

Maseru, Lesotho

Tsikoane Village Dinosaur Footprints

This set of footprints is a few kilometres south of Leribe at Tsikoane village. Immediately after the Tsikoane Primary School, take the small dirt road to the right towards some rocky outcrops. Follow it up to the church. Children will vie to lead you the 1km slog up the mountainside to the minwane, in a series of caves, and a guide can be helpful here. The prints are clearly visible on the rock ceiling.

Leribe, Lesotho

Upper Quthing

On the hill above Lower Quthing, overlooking the Senqu (Orange) River gorge, this former colonial administrative centre has good views and gently dilapidated buildings. Walk or catch a shared taxi up from Lower Quthing to escape the hustle and bustle and have a quiet stroll.

Quthing, Lesotho

Katse Botanical Garden

Katse Botanical Garden was originally established to protect the spiral aloes displaced from the dam’s construction. It has flourished to include gravel, hillside trails passing via a rock garden, indigenous flowers, a medicinal section and a dam viewpoint. A plant-propagation project takes place in the greenhouse.

Thaba-bosiu, Lesotho

Morija Arts & Cultural Festival

This highlight of Lesotho's cultural calendar continues to grow in prestige; an increasing number of attendees make the trip from South Africa each year. The five-day event, held annually in late September or early October, showcases the diversity of Sotho culture through dance, electronic and jazz music, poetry and theatre.

Morija, Lesotho