Lesotho Vacations

While the literal translation means “the land of the people who speak Sesotho”, the residents of this monarchy that is completely surrounded by South Africa prefer it to be known as “The Kingdom in the Sky”. It’s a poor country; about 40% of the population live under the poverty line of US $1.25 a day, but it is rich in natural beauty. What was ... Read more
formerly known as Basutoland is a popular destination for hikers, pony trekkers, cultural tourists, and dinophiles. Yes, dinophiles. The small country is dotted with some of the most well preserved dinosaur footprints on earth, the best of which you can find near Moyeni & Morija.

Lesotho places to stay and top hotels

Lesotho things to do and experiences

  • Maletsunyane Falls
    10.02 reviews
    Outdoors, Hiking and Nature, Hiking Trail, Waterfall
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  • Afriski Mountain Resort
    9.02 reviews
    Tours, Classes and Rentals, Outdoors, Hiking and Nature, Ski Area
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  • Sehlabathebe National Park
    9.02 reviews
    Outdoors, Hiking and Nature, Hiking Trail, Park
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  • Liphofung Cave
    6.73 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Outdoors, Hiking and Nature, Historic Site
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Top Lesotho restaurants

  • No.7 Restaurant
    8.01 review
    Local Traditional Cuisine, Breakfast & Brunch, Bar
    Popular withFoodiesNightlife
  • Piri Piri
    10.01 review
    Portuguese
    Popular withFoodiesTrendsters
  • no 7 Maseru
    10.01 review
    Local Traditional Cuisine, Bar
  • Lancers Inn Restaurant
    8.01 review
    African
    Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
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Sydney, Australia
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Mountainous Lesotho, landlocked in southeastern South Africa, seems a world apart from the nation that encircles it. Small villages with traditional stone rondavel huts, men in skullcaps and wool blankets driving ponies along rough mud roads, and some fantastic upland scenery define the country, which is one of the poorest in the world. As a destination, it's more of an asterisk to South Africa than a destination in itself, but its well-preserved African flavor and stunning peaks make it a worthwhile detour from Durban or Johannesburg.

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Reading, Pennsylvania

the ride over the Sani Pass is awesome and you enter into another world

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Zaandam, Netherlands
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