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Parks & nature in Lesotho

Ski Lodge
“Bring passports and enjoy a day trip to the ski slopes where there is a great restaurant and the Lephofung Caves are on the way to the resort”
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Park
“There are a few great hikes from here, my favorite being the Gorge hike which follows the Tugela river. You will eventually get to big rock pools surrounded by massive boulders where you can swim and have a picnic.”
5local recommendations
Campground
“Numerous hiking routes begin here - varying in intensity and length, ranging from a few hours to a few days. ”
2local recommendations
Ski Lodge
“South Africa's only skiing destination - superb snow, skiing, snowboarding or general fun in the snow!”
2local recommendations
Scenic Viewpoint
“Descendants of those who survived cannibals still live in these cave distinct cave dwellings. look out for the Kome Beer Festival for a more fulfilling experience. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“In Malealea Lodge there are plenty of different activities, day tours or tours that include sleeping over. From here one can go hiking, go on pony trails, mountain biking, village tours, visit a waterfall and visit bushman painting sites.”
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Police Station
“This park is home to Lesotho's War Memorial, which also houses an iconic Spitfire used in World War II. It is symbolic of the 24 Spitfire's Lesotho contributed to the war. This historic artefact is nestled in an urban garden ideal for walks and picnics. ”
1local recommendations
Campground
“If you're headed south from Joburg you may want to stop in here for a night. There's an easy 3 hour hike that takes you to the top of the 2nd highest waterfall in the world. Tugela Falls. You do have to climb up two sets of chain ladders to reach the top but it's well worth the dramatic views. ”
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Park
“Meiringskloof offers a hiking trail and is situated 2km outside Fouriesburg.”
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