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Avani Maseru Hotel
Avani Maseru Hotel
4 out of 5
12 Orpen Road, Maseru
The price is £85 per night from 14 Dec to 14 Dec
Located in the heart of Maseru, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Mokorotlo, Royal Palace and Maseru Golf Course. State House and Parliament Building are ...
3.3/5 (55 reviews)
"Very friendly check-in at reception. All staff helpful and willing. Pleasant and quiet surroundings with view of garden."

Reviewed on 9 Feb 2020

Avani Maseru Hotel
Avani Lesotho Hotel & Casino
Avani Lesotho Hotel & Casino
5 out of 5
Hilton Hill Road, Maseru
The price is £98 per night from 14 Dec to 14 Dec
This family-friendly hotel is located in the city centre, within 2 mi (3 km) of Setsoto Stadium, Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of Victories and Royal ...
3.9/5 Very Good! (69 reviews)
"Every thing"

Reviewed on 16 Jul 2021

Avani Lesotho Hotel & Casino
Maliba Lodge
Maliba Lodge
5 out of 5
Ts'ehlanyane National Park, Leribe, Butha Buthe
Located in the mountains, this family-friendly lodge is 29.3 mi (47.2 km) from Leribe Stone.
4.5/5 Wonderful! (77 reviews)
"Beautiful views and surroundings around the property. the rooms were well equiped. access to the property is not very easy and the restaurant which we'd heard good things about was dissapointing especially on the second night of our stay when the food was barely warm and not particulary tasty or ..."

Reviewed on 3 Oct 2019

Maliba Lodge
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Frequently asked questions

Lesotho

Seemingly endless mountain ranges, magnificent nature reserves and fascinating cultural traditions make this country within a country an appealing holiday destination. 

Nicknamed the “Kingdom in the Sky,” Lesotho is a land of peaks and highlands and home to the highest mountain in Southern Africa, Thabana Ntlenyana. Go skiing in the Maluti Mountains, mountain bike through African wilderness and embark on pony treks to remote villages.

South Africa surrounds Lesotho on all sides, making it one of only three countries in the world completely surrounded by another country. The Basotho people, a Bantu ethnic group, make up more than 99 percent of Lesotho’s population. Visit rural areas to observe centuries-old ways of life. Agricultural farming is often the main source of income for residents and many villagers live in traditional mud huts.

Head to the remote wilds of Malealea in the west of the country for an overnight pony trek or a hike through stunning scenery. Further north sits Leribe, where dinosaur footprints can be found near the Subeng River.

In the central part of the country is the Bokong Nature Reserve. One of Africa’s highest nature reserves, Bokong sits on a cliff overlooking the highlands. Trek to the reserve’s Lepaquoa Waterfall and look for bird species such as the exotic bearded vulture.

Although natural attractions abound, Lesotho also promises man-made thrills. Marvel at the power of the Katse Dam, a feat of engineering with its own dedicated visitors’ centre. Also of note is the cave art and Stone Age artifacts of the Liphofung Caves in the north.

Drive from South Africa to Lesotho, entering via one of the more than 10 different border posts. Alternatively, fly into Moshoeshoe I International Airport from Johannesburg. Consider renting a four-wheel drive for travel within Lesotho, as many roads are unpaved and impassable in the rainy season without specialized vehicles.

Lesotho has over 300 sunny days a year, and the hottest months are January and February. Bring plenty of waterproof clothes in the summer, as this is Lesotho’s rainy season. Winter sports lovers should come from May to September, when snow falls on the highlands. 

Plan adventures in Lesotho, a land with rich cultural traditions and unspoiled natural attractions.