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Katse Dam Lodge

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In 1960 a British Officer was told to go and survey all the water catchments in Lesotho. The reason this was done was, because of the estimated population growth in South Africa, water being supplied to the mining industry and also for the farmers. It has taken them about 25 years to complete up until Phase 3. South Africa is paying Lesotho about R 12 Mill. every month for their water.

The Katse Dam, a concrete arch dam on the Malibamat'so River in Lesotho, is Africa's second largest double-curvature arch dam. The dam is part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, which will eventually include five large dams in remote rural areas and is one of the third largest dams in the world.It supplies water to Johannesburg,for mining and Soweto township.

This lodge is situated on the southern shores of the Katse Dam with beautiful view at the dam
All rooms have en suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin, plug points and tea/coffee making facilities. Towels and soap provided. Electricity and hot water.
NO telephones.
Some single rooms have inter-leading bathrooms to share with the next-door neighbour.
The restaurant offers continental and local cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
TV available at the bar.

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