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Things to do in Maseru

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#1 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Casinos
Owner description: The Lesotho Sun is situated on a hillside overlooking Maseru, the capital of Lesotho. The elegant, modern building,... more » Owner description: The Lesotho Sun is situated on a hillside overlooking Maseru, the capital of Lesotho. The elegant, modern building, constructed from sandstone, is designed to give guests a spectacular outlook across the city towards faraway mountains. The stylish bedrooms and suites are decorated to give an elegant, chic feel and are equipped with all the comforts and facilities of a first-class international hotel. Various restaurants offer a wide variety of gourmet meals and the stylish bars and lobby are a favourite rendezvous for family and friends. The Convention Centre is a state-of-the-art facility and our professional team will help arrange an unforgettable conference or event. The tranquil serenity of Lesotho’s landscapes and the glamour, thrills and fun of our gaming areas, make an irresistible combination for those wanting a truly memorable break. « less
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#2 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Mountains
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#3 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Dams
Owner description: The Katse dam, in the Lesotho Highlands, is one of the most spectacular water features in the country. Located on the... more » Owner description: The Katse dam, in the Lesotho Highlands, is one of the most spectacular water features in the country. Located on the Malibamatso River, this dam was completed in 1997 and is central to the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. The dam is second in size in Africa to Ghana’s Lake Volta and Akosombo Dam. The impressive dam wall is 185m high, 700m long and contains 92 000 cubic metres of concrete. « less
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#4 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Historic Sites
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#5 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Dams
Owner description: Maseru is an ideal base from which to explore the western region of Lesotho with its magnificent scenery, rich history,... more » Owner description: Maseru is an ideal base from which to explore the western region of Lesotho with its magnificent scenery, rich history, culture and crafts. A made-made phenomenon in this area is the Mohale Dam, which was completed in 2003, situated 91km from Maseru. It is southwest of Katse Dam and almost doubles the water supply to South Africa through an inter-connecting tunnel into the Katse reservoir. « less
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#6 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: History Museums
The sleepy little town of Maseru houses this popular national museum.
#7 of 8 attractions in Maseru
Category: Castles
This large government building is where crowds gather for important occasions.
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Category: Shops
Owner description: Take in the arts and crafts of the country by visiting the local weaving centres, such as the Thorkild Hand Weaving and... more » Owner description: Take in the arts and crafts of the country by visiting the local weaving centres, such as the Thorkild Hand Weaving and Moteng Weavers. Each of these centres provide opportunities for visitors to buy high-quality and beautifully designed traditional Lesotho products. « less
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