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.
Malealea is situated in a remote but breath-taking part of Western Lesotho and offers a chance to experience traditional Basotho life. Outings range from 1 hour to 6 days or longer, tailor-made to your requirements. You will ride an average of seven hours per day.
The Maletsunyane Abseil is the longest commercially-operated single-drop abseil in the world, operated by Semonkong Lodge, Lesotho. Mother Nature provides an extreme & exciting adrenalin rush, and a sense of achievement like no other.
The Sani Pass is one of the most spectacular mountain passes in SA, meandering over the Drakensberg escarpment into Lesotho. Accessible by 4×4, mountain bike, quad bike, or motorcycle, it presents a challenge to drivers (and runners) that is unmatched.
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. The park is located deep in the front range of the Maluti Mountains. a;sldkfj asdlkfj asdlfkj asd;lfkj asd;lfkjasd
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. Lesotho is a country without fences and is also ideal for mountain bikes, off-road bikes, and quads.
Dinosaur footprints abound around Leribe. The most accessible set is a few kilometers south of town at Tsikoane village. About 7km north of Leribe are the Subeng River dinosaur footprints. Leribe Craft Centre sells a range of high-quality mohair goods.
Lesotho offers arguably the finest sight fishing for yellowfish on the planet. Set in a mountain wilderness, the Makhangoa Community camp is the pinnacle of this experience. Where sight fishing dries to big fish, in skinny water, is the name of the game.
Katse Dam is situated in one of the most scenic regions of the Maluti Mountains of Lesotho. Tribesman adorned with traditional Lesotho blankets, riding traditional ponies, are a welcome sight for our guests.