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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Lesotho

Although a small country, Lesotho boasts an assortment of fantastic attractions that tourists can visit and discover the history of Lesotho. Adventure seekers will love the outdoor adventure activities in Lesotho. Don't forget to leave a like

Travel Guide to Lesotho

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In this episode I take you to the the Sky Kingdom of Lesotho, the highest country in Africa. This country has the highest low point on earth.

The entire country is 1000 meters above sea level. It's located about 7 hours drive south of Johannesburg and 5 hours west of Durban. For the next 72 hours I am going to be showing you what to see and do in Lesotho!

This is Semonkong the horse capital of Lesotho. It's located in the central part of the country. Right now we are going to walk around the market and buy a typical beanie follow me. Follow me lets go shopping!

After a bit of a negotiating I got three for 100 Rand. The beanies are made out of wool and it's the most traditional thing you can buy.

Welcome to Semonkong Lodge! If you're looking to explore central Lesotho this is the place to stay. They have a restaurant, 25 rooms and they are very close to Maletsunyane Fall's the highest single drop waterfall in the southern hemisphere. You can go pony trekking and explore Semonkong.

Next up we head to Maliba Lodge on the northern side of Lesotho. They have 6 chalets and 4 river chalets. A few different activities you can do in the area are horseback riding, village tour and a massage. They have heated floors, beds and wife.

We head out on horseback for a two hour trek in the mountains of Tsehlanyane National Park. After an incredible trek we head to the near by village of Hamadi to experience local life. At the local bar I tried some Lesotho beer which was bitter but traditional :)

Have you ever been to the Sky Kingdom of Lesotho? Leave a comment below if you've been or want to go!

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,Maseru has a total of six hotels, two of which, the Lesotho Sun and the Maseru Sun,.[18][19] During the 1960s, prior to the relaxation of South Africa's g were popular attractions among South African visitors, but the interest in them has since waned.[19] The Basotho Hat shop at the city's entrance is a popular source for souvenirs.[5]
The main tourist attractions of Lesotho, Lancer's Gap, Sani Pass, Afriski resort, Katse dam, Thaba Bosiu and the Maluti Mountains are located a short distance from Maseru. However, distances are deceiving in Lesotho as even a 120 km trip can take over 3 hours due to the rugged terrain.
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Most of the traditional thatched-roof mud-brick houses, called rondavels, have been replaced with modern housing and office blocks which have a tint of traditional architecture. There have recently been some new buildings in the center of the city, particularly the building across LNDC center which now houses Good times cafe, a Vodacom shop, offices and the new building of the Ministry of Health which was completed in late 2007.
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, Maseru e na le lihotele tse tšeletseng, tse peli tsa tsona, Lesotho Sun le Maseru Sun,. [18] [19] Lilemong tsa bo-1960, pele ho phomolo ea Afrika Boroa ho ne ho e-na le mekhoa e tloaelehileng har'a baeti ba Afrika Boroa, empa ho ba le thahasello ho bona ho tloha nakong e fetileng. Sebaka sa Basotho Hat motseng oa motse ke mohloli o tloaelehileng oa litemoso. [5]
Lihlekehleke tse khōlō tsa Lesotho, Gap ea Lancer, Sani Pass, sebaka sa Afriski, Dam ea Katse, Thaba Bosiu le Lithaba tsa Maluti li haufi le Maseru. Leha ho le joalo, maeto a thetsa Lesotho esita le leeto la lik'hilomithara tse 120 le ka nka lihora tse fetang 3 ka lebaka la sebaka se thata.
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Boholo ba mehaho ea marulelo a marulelo a marulelo a marulelo a marulelo, a bitsoang rondavels, a nkeloe sebaka ke matlo a kajeno a bolulo le liofisi tse nang le mehaho ea setso. Haufinyane ho na le mehaho e mecha bohareng ba motse, haholo-holo mohaho o pholletsa le setsi sa LNDC seo hona joale se nang le linako tse ntle tsa nako ea lijo, lebenkele la Vodacom, liofisi le mohaho o mocha oa Lekala la Bophelo o phethiloeng qetellong ea 2007.
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, IMaseru inamahhotela ayisithupha, amabili alo, iLesotho Sun neSaseru Sun,. [18] [19] Phakathi neminyaka yama-1960, ngaphambi kokuphumula kweNingizimu Afrika g kwakuyizinto ezikhangayo ezikhangayo phakathi kwezivakashi zaseNingizimu Afrika, kodwa isithakazelo kubo selokhu sehla. [19] Isitolo se-Basotho Hat emnyango womuzi ngumthombo odumile wemikhumbuzo. [5]
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Lesotho

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1. Maseru
2. Teyateyaneng
3. Mafeteng
4. Hlotse
5. Mohale's Hoek
6. Maputsoe
7. Qacha's Nek
8. Quthing
9. Butha-Buthe
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Lesotho, officially the Kingdom of Lesotho, is a landlocked country completely surrounded by South Africa. It is just over 30,000 km2 (11,583 sq mi) in size and has a population slightly over two million. Its capital and largest city is Maseru. Lesotho is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. The name Lesotho translates roughly into the land of the people who speak Sesotho.[5] About 40% of the population lives below the international poverty line of US $1.25 a day.

The earliest known inhabitants of the area were Khoisan hunter-gatherers. The Sotho–Tswana peoples colonized the general region of South Africa between the third and 11th centuries.

The present Lesotho, then called Basutoland, emerged as a single polity under King Moshoeshoe I in 1822. Moshoeshoe, a son of Mokhachane, a minor chief of the Bakoteli lineage, formed his own clan and became a chief around 1804. Between 1821 and 1823, he and his followers settled at the Butha-Buthe Mountain, joining with former adversaries in resistance against the Lifaqane associated with the reign of Shaka Zulu from 1818 to 1828.

Subsequent evolution of the state hinged on conflicts between British and Dutch colonists leaving the Cape Colony following its seizure from the French-allied Dutch by the British in 1795, and subsequently associated with the Orange River Sovereignty and subsequent Orange Free State. Missionaries invited by Moshoeshoe I, Thomas Arbousset (fr), Eugène Casalis (fr) and Constant Gosselin (fr) from the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society, placed at Morija, developed orthography and printed works in the Sotho language between 1837 and 1855. Casalis, acting as translator and providing advice on foreign affairs, helped to set up diplomatic channels and acquire guns for use against the encroaching Europeans and the Griqua people.

Trekboers from the Cape Colony showed up on the western borders of Basutoland and claimed land rights, beginning with Jan de Winnaar, who settled in the Matlakeng area in May–June 1838. As more Boers were moving into the area they tried to colonise the land between the two rivers, even north of the Caledon, claiming that it had been abandoned by the Sotho people. Moshoeshoe subsequently signed a treaty with the British Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir George Thomas Napier that annexed the Orange River Sovereignty that many Boers had settled. These outraged Boers were suppressed in a brief skirmish in 1848. In 1851 a British force was defeated by the Sotho army at Kolonyama, touching off an embarrassing war for the British. After repulsing another British attack in 1852, Moshoeshoe sent an appeal to the British commander that settled the dispute diplomatically, then defeated the Tlokoa in 1853.

In 1854 the British pulled out of the region, and in 1858 Moshoeshoe fought a series of wars with the Boers in the Free State–Basotho War, losing a great portion of the western lowlands. The last war in 1867 ended when Moshoeshoe appealed to Queen Victoria, who agreed to make Basutoland a British protectorate in 1868. In 1869, the British signed a treaty at Aliwal North with the Boers that defined the boundaries of Basutoland, and later Lesotho, which by ceding the western territories effectively reduced Moshoeshoe's Kingdom to half its previous size.

Following the cession in 1869, the British initially transferred functions from Moshoeshoe's capital in Thaba Bosiu to a police camp on the northwest border, Maseru, until administration of Basutoland was transferred to the Cape Colony in 1871. Moshoeshoe died on 11 March 1870, marking the end of the traditional era and the beginning of the colonial era, and was buried at Thaba Bosiu. During their rule between 1871 and 1884, Basutoland was treated similarly to territories that had been forcefully annexed, much to the chagrin of the Basotho. This led to the Gun War in 1881.[8] In 1884, Basutoland was restored its status as a protectorate, with Maseru again its capital, but remained under direct rule by a governor, though effective internal power was wielded by traditional chiefs.

Basutoland gained its independence from Britain and became the Kingdom of Lesotho in 1966.

In January 1970, the ruling Basotho National Party (BNP) lost the first post-independence general elections, with 23 seats to the Basutoland Congress Party's 36. Prime Minister Leabua Jonathan refused to cede power to the Basotho Congress Party (BCP), declared himself Tona Kholo (Sesotho translation of prime minister), and imprisoned the BCP leadership.

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Where to Stay in Lesotho: Semonkong Lodge

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In this episode, David takes us on a tour of Semonkong Lodge, the most recommended place to stay in central Lesotho. Semonkong lodge offers all the comforts of home amongst Lesotho’s dramatic landscape and beautiful nature.

Semonkong Lodge has pony trekking, donkey pub crawls, mountain biking, fly fishing, bird watching, local village tours, and descents down the the longest commercially operated single-drop abseil down the Maletsunyane waterfall.

This cozy hotel features 25 traditional accommodations built from stone and thatch. The lodge also offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner to its guests, as well as snacks, coffee service, and a fully stocked bar.

If you didn’t’ know, Lesotho is a small landlocked country completely surrounded by South Africa often referred to as “the Kingdom in the Sky” for its high altitude (the entire country is more than 1,000 meters above sea level). Lesotho is known for its pristine nature, welcoming people, and tranquil tourism activities.

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Lesotho Highlands Tour 5th February 2018

First day of 3-day road trip through Lesotho's Maluti Mountains. At midday we left from Maseru north to Leribe & lunched at northern town of Butha-Buthe before continuing inland to climb into mountains at 2,820m high Moteng Pass. From there we traversed the 3,000 metre high 46kms long Roof of Africa road past the Afriski mountain resort & Letseng Diamond Mine before descending into the deep valleys to small town of Mapholaneng, and further on east towards Mokhotlong. The highway descends down to a river crossing of the great Senqu River of Lesotho - where it meets other great rivers in a confluence basin of gorges before heading south then west into South Africa to become the Orange (Gariep) River. After a brief visit to Mokhotlong we turned back & continued south along the recently constructed A31 highway following the Sehonghong River Valley until a final climb over the 3,240 metre high Koti-Sephola Pass & down to Sani Flats. A short 10km drive further on saw our arrival at Sani Mountain Lodge by 8pm, where we had a meal & stayed overnight at the nearby backpackers hostel.

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Semonkong Falls — these falls near Semonkong drop 200m in single plunge! In summer, you can swim in the pond below while in winter the pond freezes over and an ice enclosure develops around the falls
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If you're new here, this channel is all about travel and exploring, and living a healthy and active lifestyle! During my adventures I like to play sports with the locals, go on hikes, get a taste for local cuisine (especially their take on burgers), and when I'm home you can usually find me in the gym.

I recently started my channel as I finally decided to start putting together footage from my travels. Most recently, in 2016 I lived in Australia, and now I'm currently living in Lesotho!

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A weekend away to Semonkong Lodge. Probably my favourite thing so far in Lesotho. The lodge was PERFECT, and there is TONS to do. Semonkong is home to the Maletsunyane Waterfalls, one of the highest single dropping waterfalls in Africa, as well as the Guinness World Record abseiling point.


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Lesotho Daily Life

Lesotho (le-soo-too), officially known as the Kingdom of Lesotho is a mountainous, landlocked country surrounded by the Republic of South Africa. The first settlers were Bantu speaking people who called themselves the Basotho.

Beautiful, culturally rich, safe, and easily accessible from Johannesburg, Lesotho is a vastly underrated tourist destination. In comparison to South Africa, Lesotho's Basotho people are unique in culture, along with the highland terrain, which is a topographical extreme. The country's hospitable mountain lodges and trading posts will give travelers a refreshing perspective of Southern Africa.

Lesotho is essentially an alpine country, where villagers on horseback in multi-coloured balaclavas and blankets tread precipitous terrain. The hiking and trekking is often made on a famed Basotho pony, in order to enjoy the world class infrastructure of its three stunning national parks.

The 1000m-high lowlands offer craft shopping and sights, but don't miss a trip to the southern, central or northeastern highlands, where streams traverse ancient ground where dinosaurs flourished.

From Lesotho, we journey to a nearby fishing village just beyond the kingdom's peripheries, near Johannesburg.

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A state form of the kingdom which is located in the southern part of Africa. This country is an enclave (state within a state) of South Africa. Lesotho is also known as the kingdom in the sky because it is the only country that fully at an altitude of 1400 meters above sea level. The capital of Lesotho is Maseru.

Lesotho true pride - is the lack of snow. This phenomenon is not unusual in Africa only in Lesotho. The story of the big snow storm, snow occasionally appear, and melt in a few days. Tourists from around the world interested in the beautiful canyon, a magnificent waterfall, interesting fishing spot. Lesotho annually visited by more than 250,000 foreign tourists.

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Beautiful Maletsunyane Falls in Lesotho

Video of one of the most beautiful waterfalls in all of Africa found near Semonkong in Lesotho. Filmed by Dr. Christopher Daniels follow me on twitter at @Dr_Daniels

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