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Popular driving routes: Lesotho

Lesotho is a unique country with a rich culture and spectacular landscapes. Car touring in Lesotho is a unique and exciting experience, thanks to the country's mountainous terrain and spectacular scenery.

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Here are some key points to consider when planning a Lesotho road trip:
Mountain roads: Most of Lesotho's roads pass through mountains, making driving exciting but also challenging. Roads can be steep, narrow and winding.
Road condition: Despite improvements, many roads in Lesotho remain unpaved and can be impassable during the rainy season. The availability of paved roads is limited, especially in remote areas.
Vehicles: An off-road vehicle is recommended.
Famous attractions include Sehlabate San National Park, the Maluti Plateau and Mafeteng Waterfall.
Fuel: Make sure you have enough fuel as petrol stations can be sparsely located, especially in rural areas.
Tourist Routes: Popular routes include travelling to Maletsunyane Falls in Semongkong, driving through the Sani Pass (on the border with South Africa) and visiting national parks.
Safety: It is important to use caution and not to travel at night due to limited lighting and difficult road conditions.
Car touring in Lesotho can be an unforgettable adventure but requires careful preparation and caution.

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Malesunyane Waterfall
To reach Malesunyane Falls in Lesotho, the following route is usually required:
Road to Semongkong: Maletsunyane Waterfall is located near the town of Semongkong. Most travellers start their route from Lesotho's capital city, Maseru. The journey to Semongkong will take approximately 2-3 hours by car. The road is well paved but can be winding and mountainous, so it is important to be careful when driving.
Transport: Using your own car or hiring a car are the most convenient ways to get to the falls. An off-road vehicle is recommended, especially if you plan to visit during the rainy season when roads can be slippery.

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Sehlabate San National Park, also known as Sehlabate Sang National Park, is located in Lesotho and is one of the country's major natural attractions. It is known for its spectacular landscapes and wealth of wildlife.
To get to Sehlabate Sang National Park in Lesotho, follow these steps:
Starting point - Maseru: The journey usually starts from Lesotho's capital city, Maseru. If you are arriving in Lesotho via Maseru International Airport, you will need to get to the city first.
Transport: The most common way to travel around Lesotho is by hire car. Given Lesotho's mountainous terrain, it is recommended that you rent an SUV. An international licence will be required.
Route: From Maseru you can follow the A2 main road southeast, then switch to the A4 road towards the town of Mohales Hoek. After Mojales Huq, continue southeast on the A3 road towards the town of Kwakwatsu. From Kwakwatsu you can follow the signs to Sehlabate San National Park.
Preparation: Make sure you have enough fuel, water and food, as well as the necessary equipment for travelling through the mountainous terrain.

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It is important to check up-to-date information on road and weather conditions before travelling, as these can change. It may also be useful to carry a map or GPS navigator for better orientation on the way.

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