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Lesotho is divided into four regions. North-West Lesotho is a fantastic base from which to explore the Maluti Mountains. South-West Lesotho is home to some of the country’s most famous historical sites. The Central Highlands is the home of the Highlands Water Project; it’s accessible via new roads and boasts a number of dams for water sports, particularly trout fishing. Eastern Lesotho is call...    
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Thaba-Bosiu National Monument is a plateau situated in the Phuthiatsana Valley, about 23km south-east of Maseru, the capital city. It was named Thaba-Bosiu (mountain at night) during the occupation of Moshoeshoe 1, founder of the Basotho nation in 1824. It got its name because as one gets nearer the...

A lodge, which can be used for an overnight stay, overlooks the dam and provides a well-deserved lunch, for the day-tripper. Make all the necessary arrangements and you will be on your way to a great and breathtaking adventure, to wonder, not only at what nature has to offer, in the form of spectacu...

The Katse Botanical Garden has its origins in the building of the Katse Dam, part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. A botanical garden was not initially planned for the area, but following the plant rescue mission in 1995 and 1996 before the inundation of the Katse reservoir, the garden was cr...
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