Those who journey to the rugged land of South Africa called Lesotho may feel like they have stepped back in history. This stunning region of the world remains vastly untouched and provides travelers with a wide array of wonderful opportunities for outdoor activities and cultural exploration.
Along the dam in Katse there is a botanical garden that have flourished and provides a fantastic background for checking out the scenic landscapes, reports Lonely Planet. It was originally created to preserve the local aloe plants during the dam's construction.
This region of South Africa boasts the country's tallest single drop waterfall. According to World Travel Guide, the Malersunyane Waterfalls trump Niagara Falls threefold and are truly a unique site to see while hiking or horseback riding through the green terrain.
If travelers do decide to visit Lesotho, they may want to be wary of the villages at night. Unsuspecting guests may be susceptible to crime after the sun goes down, so retiring early for the evening is a safe bet. Steering clear of any demonstrations in the bigger cities is also advisable to avoid any trouble or mishaps.
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