Lesotho is nirvana for hikers. Nested in South Africa, the lowest point in this country is about 1,400m above sea level. What’s more, there is a ski resort to make your vacation more interesting. Some of the best hiking trails include Ha Lejeune – oxbow, Bokong, Liphofung, Maletsunyane gorge, Maliba Mountain, and Drakensberg Escarpment. At Thaba Bosiu, you can combine hiking and cultural exploration. Other absorbing attractions are the Dinosaur Footprint next to River Subang, Major Bell’s Tower, Kome cave-dwelling, and Katse Dam.
The country’s culinary art was influenced by the British during their rule. However, there are traditional cuisines that have remained unchanged over generations. And the favorite national dish is Pap-pap and chakalaka. Papa-papa is purely a corn meal that is mostly served with chakalaka, vegetable stew.
An important cultural festival location in Lesotho is Thaba Bosiu. They often organize annual festivals where locals display traditional music, arts, songs, and dances.