Lesotho, known as the Mountain Kingdom or Kingdom in the Sky it offers a host of experiences from mountains to valleys and rivers that present unforgettable panoramas for tourists. THIS IS A TEST PAGE FOR WHERETOSTAY.CO.ZA
The Morija Guest House is perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the small historic town of Morija, in the Lesotho Lowlands (45 km south of the capital Maseru). Built of handcut stone and thatched with local grass, it blends discreetly into the environmen
Maseru is the capital of Lesotho and the Maseru district. It was founded in 1869 a a small British Police camp and gained independence in 1966. The name Maseru is a Sesotho word which means - Place of the red sandstone.
At the entrance of the city, there is a popular souvenir shop that is shaped as a Basotho Hat. Maseru also has a Setsoto Stadium where football is played and sometimes athletics is held there. If you are looking for something more active and adventurous to do, you will be able to 4x4 up Sani Pass or hike up the Lesotho hills which are nearby. Other attractions in the area include Katse Dam, Thaba Bosiu and the Maluti Mountains, taking into consideration that even short trips can take a long time due to the rugged yet beautiful terrain in Lesotho
Maseru has a temperate climate with hot, wet summer months and dry, cold winter months.