Katse Dam, centerpiece of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is a fine piece of engineering.
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The Tsethlanyane National Park is located deep in the front range of the Maluti Mountains at the foot of the Holomo Pass and only about 45 minutes on a good road from the South African border post of Caledonspoort.
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The Mount Moorosi Region is situated in Southern Lesotho and offers new and exciting places to visit.
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The Maletsunyane Falls is the highest waterfall in Southern Africa, falling 196 metres in a single drop.
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Qachas Nek has recently had the main tar road connected to it from Maseru. This means that a two-wheel drive vehicle can drive on on one of the most scenic drives in Lesotho from the east all the way to Maseru. It's a beautiful, undulating drive, among the loveliest in Lesotho.
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Sehlabathebe National Park, the oldest nature reserve in the country, is remote and almost inaccessible, but predictably peaceful and stunningly beautiful.
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Oxbow is one of the few places in Africa where snow skiing is possible, although the quality of the snow depends of the vagaries of the weather and the large differential between night and daytime temperatures in the winter season, which can cause the snow to melt rapidly.
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A fine village on the main road to Semonkong, about forty-five minutes from Roma,
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The Malealea Valley is situated in the South-Western Part of Lesotho in the Thaba Putsoa Mountain Range.
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