What to See

Maletsunyane Falls, Semonkong

Maletsunyane Waterfalls, one of the highest single dropping waterfalls in the Southern Hemisphere, plummets 192 metres into a spectacular gorge creating clouds of spray visible from afar.

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Ha Kome Historical Cave Dwelling

The Ha Kome Cave Village is situated at Pulane area in Berea district. The caves were a hideout for the Basia and one Bataung clans during the Lifaqane Wars and cannibalism. The cave is still inhabited by their descendants to this day. There are also faded San paintings in the cave which indicates that the San also occupied the cave some time prior to their arrival albeit briefly.

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Liphofung Nature Reserve

Liphofung Nature Reserve, "place of the eland" cave occupies an important place in Lesotho history. The area around 'Moteng Valley is known for its high mountains and beautiful scenery.

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Sehlabathebe National Park

Situated in the Drakensberg escarpment is the Sehlabathebe National Park established in 1970. A breathtaking undisturbed area of its own beauty of clear rivers running through the park

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Morija Museum and Archives

Morija is the perfect destination to get a taste of Basotho heritage and unique way of life, and discover Basotho cultural assets in a friendly and relaxed manner. Morija is known for its historical significance.

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Break out of your comfort zone - not a hiker? Go on more hikes. Have trouble talking to strangers? Talk to everyone. Scared of weird food? Eat the weirdest thing you can find.