11 reviews of Mountain Splendor -The Kingdom of Lesotho
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Reviewed by George E, February 2013
If you are in Durban don't miss this tour, its absolutely a must with excellent scenery and great experience going up(and down) Sani Pass. Our guide was very nice with great knowledge and we were very lucky with the weather, great views all the way
Reviewed by Christine H, USA, June 2012
Highly recommended. This is a great opportunity to learn about natives, other than Zulus, and to visit their homes.
Reviewed by patricia, January 2012
This was a great trip it does take 12-14 hours and the road is rough,but the scenery is wonderful you feel like you have been transported to another time when you reach Lesotho.
Reviewed by J Antoni R, March 2011
One of the most interesting travel experiences of our lives! - opened our eyes to how the shepherd tribes of Lesotho live. The travel up to almost 3000m is over beautiful mountainours landscape, many photo opportunities. The guide was very well informed and friendly.
Reviewed by Jason S, December 2010
Fantastic trip. The journey up was great and the guide really good. And at the top in Lesotho was superb too. Well worth doing if you're ever staying in Durban.
Reviewed by John O, November 2010
Reviewed by Michael M, Ireland, April 2009
Reviewed by Mrs Sandra S H, October 2012
Thoroughly enjoyed our Lesotho experience.
We had a competant 4wd driver and guide and residents at the village didn't mind us seeing their huts and taking photos. Would highly recommend trip
Reviewed by Rachel, United Arab Emirates, December 2010
The drive up Sani Pass was beautiful!! We rode but the pass is a Land Rover and it was a lot of fun, going down was a little sketchy in parts due to the clouds that rolled in but I felt completely safe with our driver. The driver was really nice and funny so it made the drive entertaining. We visited a small Lesotho village, I suggest eating the bread! It was very tasty. We ate lunch at the higest pub in Africa and it would have had a beautiful view if it wasn't so cloudy. I suggest this tour if you want to get out of the city and see some beautiful scenery.
Reviewed by Jay F, January 2013
Worth doing once just because the place is so different than most places I've been. It is a long time in the van just getting back and forth from Durban. The road up into Lesotho is an experience in itself. Once in the country, it is pretty basic and you are done, off to the long road back home.
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