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Lesotho Skies

is your gateway tour operator of choice, up Sani Pass, into the remote Kingdom of Lesotho. The majestic Southern Drakensberg (Dragon Mountains), beckon from the quaint villages of Underberg and Himeville, where we are based. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the famous Sani Pass road leads into uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park, steeped with beauty and natural activity. Ride the mighty Dragon with us and experience, "An impressive convergence of nature and culture"

Lesotho Skies tour guides are qualified to cater to your needs whilst ensuring your safety as far as possible, and ensuring you of a truly memorable journey. The Southern Drakensberg is a place to exercise the body and rejuvenate the mind, fuelled with crisp, clean air. Hiking, rock climbing, horse riding, mountain biking and fly-fishing are popular activities. There are several game parks in the area where a wide variety of African antelope such as the large eland, can be seen, and the bird life is nothing short of magnificent, with the rare bearded vulture or lammergeier often circling in the sky above. Flora includes the indigenous protea, rare cycads and ancient tree ferns. For 4000 years or so, these precipices were home to the indigenous San who have left behind a wonderful display of rock art. We offer tour packages tailored to your adventure needs and we do local informational visits in the Underberg and Himeville areas.

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Sani Pass

Zig-zag the famous Sani Pass with us as we take
you around some of the most exciting hairpin bends,
cliff-hang by the treads of our Rubber, or snow chain
our destinies to new heights!

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Rock Art View Sites

The Trading Post

Birds-Eye Panoramas

Basothu sheep shearing

Cultural Village visit

Highest Pub in Africa

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