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Maseru

Tours by locals in Maseru

Drakensberg horseback tour

  • Type: private tour
  • Languages: English
  • Hours: 10
  • Price: 1-1 persons: 0.00 USD for all,
  • Additional people: 0.00 USD for each person
  • Maximum participants: 10
  • Contact guide directly to book a tour

  • The mighty dragon mountains of both Lesotho and South Africa. The tourists can choose where they want to go in ...

Malealea 2018

  • Type: private tour
  • Languages: English
  • Hours: 10
  • Price: 1-1 persons: 70.00 USD for all,
  • Additional people: 0.00 USD for each person
  • Maximum participants: 5
  • Contact guide directly to book a tour

  • None

Maloraneng Expedition

  • Type: private tour
  • Languages: English
  • Hours: 0
  • Price: 1-1 persons: 0.00 USD for all,
  • Additional people: 0.00 USD for each person
  • Maximum participants: 5
  • Contact guide directly to book a tour

  • None

Sehlabathebe National Park

  • Type: private tour
  • Languages: English
  • Hours: 60
  • Price: 1-2 persons: 0.00 USD for all,
  • Additional people: 0.00 USD for each person
  • Maximum participants: 10
  • Contact guide directly to book a tour

  • Sehlabathebe via Semonkong

Thababosiu cultural tour

  • Type: scheduled tour
  • Languages: English
  • Hours: 2
  • Price: 0 USD
  • Closest date: No free dates for the nearest 30 days

  • We start from the main city to have our first views of the city. Then we continue our ten kilometers ...

local guides in Maseru who can show you around.

Average hourly rate: 95.00 USD

Mokamoli

  • Rate: 140.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 2
  • Languages: English

  • I like to take my clients to the majestic mountains of Lesotho. As we go along the way we can ...

Napo

  • Rate: 50.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 2
  • Languages: English English

  • I am a Mosotho man aged 34 with a great passion for tourism and adventure. I started travelling while at ...

General information

Maseru is the capital of and largest city in Lesotho. It is situated on the north western border with South Africa. Although there isn't a huge deal to see in Maseru, it is well worth stopping here upon entry into Lesotho to stock up before venturing further in (where there are very, very few Western shops).

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