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The Maluti Mountain Range is beautiful, remote, and peaceful, dotted with sheep, cows, and herd boys--and the occasional teeny tiny village (so don't expect petrol stations, convenience stores, or anything but little houses).
The air is fresh, the views, magnificent. Photos don't do it justice,...More
We entered Lesotho from Sani Pass and stayed in Mokhotlong. The drive from Sani Pass to Mokhotlong is through the Maluti Mountains! What a view with the windy (curvy) roads and being able to look back and enjoy the view as you climb up the...More
The drive up the mountains, up to 3,000 metres above sea level is exhilerating. The view and scenery is amazing whilst the air is very cool and fresh. Starting from below, there were some thick clouds that were blanketing the peaks and I slowly drove...More
Exceptional natural beauty and you really need to visit these mountains to appreciate them. The Western Cape & Drakensburg Natal ranges have nothing on the Maluti mountains. Also the locals are very friendly and accommodating. Worth a trip!
This is majestic route that takes one to some of the most scenic landscapes ever, countless mountain passes, roaring rivers and the most unpredictable of weather systems. The roads that lead here include the A1 ( Main North 1), the A2 (Main South 1) and...More
I have been to beautiful places in my life and this is one of the best. I call it God's masterpiece, with views to behold, remote villages and herdsmen on horseback.
Very tranquil environment to explore and relax. Praying that I visit again soon.