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The area is within the northern district of Mokhotlong, renowned for its mountainous terrain with the highest peak the Thabana-Ntlenyana, at 3482m above sea level, and the area receives heavy snowfalls during winter. The area is also home to a rich biodiversity of flora and the endangered Bald Ibis, “mekhotlo”. The wetlands are some of Lesotho’s water sources that cascade into the “white gold of Lesotho”, its abundant water sources through streams and rivers. The Phase II of the LHDA water project is within Mokhotlong district at Polihali. Activities and attractions:

  • Skiing
  • Extreme 4*4
  • Hiking and pony trekking
  • Bird watching
  • Camping


Semongkong is home to the highest single drop waterfall at 185m above sea level, in the south eastern highlands of Lesotho. The same highlands record heavy snowfalls during the winter months, offering picturesque mountain views. Activities and attractions:

  • Single drop waterfall at 185m above sea level
  • Snow capped mountain views in winter
  • Horse riding
  • Endangered Cape and bearded vultures


This national park has been declared by UNESCO as a world heritage site owing to its rich biodiversity, unique rock formations, and some of the best rock art sites in Lesotho. It is part of the Drakensberg/Maloti transfrontier parks, (peace parks). Sehlabathebe is in the Qacha’s Nek district in the southern highlands. Activities and attractions:

  • Rock art and unique rock formations
  • Rich flora
  • Rock pools
  • Fishing


Letsa-la-Letsie lies in the southern highlands district of Quthing, with rich flora and fauna; and a wide spread of wetlands which are water sources for the Senqu/Orange river. Activities and attractions:

  • 4*4 treks
  • Bird watching
  • Pony treks
  • Rich cultural heritage of the Pondo/Xhosa and Sephuthi Basotho.