11 January 2024

Hlane Royal National Park

The Hlane (“Wilderness”) Game Sanctuary is home to the largest herds of game in the country and is one of the few places in Swaziland where visitors have a chance of seeing lion, elephant, and rhino. Birders will also be happy at this 22,000-hectare reserve, with a diverse collection of species, including the highest density of breeding white-backed vultures on the continent.
11 January 2024

Sehlabathebe National Park

Lesotho’s first national park proclaimed in 1970, is remote, rugged and beautiful, and getting there is always a worthwhile adventure, especially if you’re into wilderness, seclusion and fishing. Sehlabathebe means the “Shield of the Plateau”, mirroring the rolling grasslands, wildflowers and silence provide a sense of complete isolation.
11 January 2024

Maletsunyane Falls

Semonkong is a popular attraction, as it is home to the Semonkong Falls, also known as the Maletsunyane Falls, the highest single drop in southern Africa and offers some spectacular unspoilt scenery. While truly spectacular in summer when the water flow is highest, in winter the water freezes, spraying the rocks with ice and forming a stunning ice cage over the pool.
5 December 2023

Lesotho & The Kingdom of eSwatini

The magical mountain kingdom of Lesotho is one of Africa’s most intriguing and rewarding holiday destinations, thanks to its breathtaking highland vistas, bizarre rock sculptures and unique landscapes which serve as playgrounds for thrillseekers and families wanting to escape for some quality time. Formerly known as Swaziland, the Kingdom of eSwatini might be small but it packs in dynamite value for holidaymakers from around the world. One of few remaining monarchies in Africa, holidays to eSwatini feature rich cultural experiences and outstanding Big Five safari sightings.
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