Lesotho is a landlocked country entirely within South Africa. The mostly mountainous landscape is among the most beautiful in Southern Africa and the World. Relatively small, Lesotho is packed full of exciting things to see and do. Maseru, is a relaxed place with fiendly people and all required amneties. The local people, the Basotho will make you feel at home in their contry and are always willing to help out.
The landscape is mostly mountainous, and the lowest point is 1400 meters above sea level. This ensures that Lesotho experiece snow that is a big factor in drawing visitors to the country. Lesotho is the traditional home of the Basotho people, and their language is Southern Sotho. The currency used is the Loti, although the South African Rand is also accepted. Some of the main attractions include visits to Sotho villages, to experience the culture and ways of the indigenous people.
Divided into the Northern and Southern parts, there is something to do and see for everyone.The mountains and beautiful scenery is what draws the numbers. Over 80% of the country is located at 1800 meters above sea level. The distant horizon and clear skies can amaze and inspire a person and make one get in touch with nature. Lesotho is definately worth a visit, seeing it's in the middle of South Africa, it's no that far.