Lesotho has the highest abseiling cliff in the whole world at Maletsunyane falls, recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest Commercial abseil in the World at an incredible 206 meters.
What to do in Lesotho
Go for one hour to six nights, seven days pony trek across, the mountain escarpments, staying in the high altitude Basotho villages.
Tired of standard rod fishing? Why not try fly-fishing in Lesotho
Hike the Giant's Cup trail from the Sani Pass Hotel to Bushman's Nek. This trail provides a panorama of splendid peaks, yet at the same time is one of the more accessible in the region (being relatively flat).
A trip on two wheels is a fantastic way to fully appreciate this small mountainous kingdom. A typical mountain bike tour covers about 200 km at high altitude
Lesotho is a land of rich culture and history with beautiful scenery.