It might be Katse’s little brother, but that doesn’t make Lesotho’s Mohale Dam any less exciting. This overnight trip is for intrepid off-roaders.
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Sehlabathebe National Park is one of three parks in Lesotho. Located in the east, where the Maloti Mountains greet the sunrise, it’s a compact wilderness.
Ts’ehlanyane National Park is a marvellous high-altitude park with floral rarities, indigenous woodlands and is a real highlight for nature lovers.
There’s an off-the-beaten-track loop in Lesotho’s grand north that combines the quiet isolation of the Maloti Mountains with some fun 4X4 driving.
Travelling solo on a ship bound for St Helena what are the rules of engagement when one has to share a cabin with a complete stranger?
Arguably the highlight of a visit to Lesotho, the Katse Dam is an engineering spectacle. We’ve got the most exciting route to get there.
This two-day road trip into the eastern Free State is a perfect weekend break for Joburgers. And it’s full of very big things.
Ever dreamed of being the one to make a ground-breaking discovery? In this cave house in Lesotho our deputy ed thought he’d finally gotten his chance.
Somewhere in the Karoo a pumpkin tree is growing. And it’s because of poor packing.
Whether it’s the selfie-taker, trail runner or mountain goat, you’ve got to know what kind of hiker you can trust when you’re out in the hills.