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Lesotho Hiking Tour

Lesotho Hiking Tour Packages
Country: Lesotho
City: Maseru
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Hiking

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USD 950 / Per Person

Package Itinerary

Lesotho Hiking/ Slack- Packing- 4Nights / 5Days

Basotho Pony will be provided to carry your luggage!

Day1: Dinner

Arrive at Maseru airport and be transferred to Guest Lodge.

Overnight: Guest Lodge.

Day2: Breakfast, Packed Lunch, and Dinner.

About 7 hours (21kms). There is a café selling cold beer and drinks at Ha Lebona about halfway. Leave gear in the hut, and hire a guide for a walk to the bottom of the Ribaneng waterfall.

Overnight at Ribaneng, homestay-rural rondavels!

Day3: Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner.

The next day you can hike along the bottom of the mountain range and then climb up to the remote village of Thaba Kotje. There are magnificent views from here. (20kms).

Overnight in a rural village.

Day4: Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner.

Return to Malealea (21kms) via a circular route from the first day's hike to Amazing Sandstone and Basalt rock formations. Packed lunch en route.

Overnight Guest Lodge.

Day5: Breakfast.

Depart after breakfast for Moshoehoe- (Maseru) International airport.

Tour Ends!


All Accommodations
All Meals
2x Airport Transfers
Driver Guide
Hiking / Trekking Guide


Personal Insurances + Expenses
Tips to Guides
All Alcoholic + Soft Drinks
Pack Horse to carry Food +Luggage

Hiking and Trekking Tips for Beginners:

Get good walking boots that support your ankles and offer a good grip. Break them in by walking them around the city, or while climbing up and down stairs during training. Good warm socks are as important as good boots. Put some talcum powder in the socks before wearing to keep feet fresh and dry.

Start by deciding how much time you want to spend in the outdoors. Perhaps you want to start with going out just for a day, walking leisurely through fields and forests, up to a hill fort or ancient rock-cut caves. If you’re an active person, you may feel ready to spend a whole week or even two on an easy trek or even something challenging and remote. The duration of your venture will decide what and how much gear or equipment you will need.

Treks or hikes are usually classified into three broad grades of easy, moderate, and difficult, though even these are eventually relative terms. What one person finds easy depends on their fitness level and their willingness to push themselves physically. While distance is a factor, the difficulty level of a trek is more about the kind of terrain, altitude, and inclines. Weather is another important factor. A trek that is easy in summer can be challenging in winter. And not all treks can be done throughout the year.

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