Belonging to lodge with many activities (pony riding, mountain biking, walks, ...). Camping spots between cottages. Great mountain view. Good ablutions and living room.
Electricity from 16:30 to 21:30
Phone=+27 82 552 4215
Fee= ZAR 180 (2 adults, camper)
Guarded camping facility in remote area next to reception building of Ha Kome Cave Dwellings. Grassy places with great view over mountains and rural life of adjacent village. Very basic facilities.
Opening hours=ma-fr 8:00-16:30, sa 8:00-noon
High clearance recommended for access road.
Negotiable camping fee. We paid 50R pp.
Nice place that offers many activities and great horse riding. Free wifi at the bar. Lodge supports community projects. Lodge can only be reached by bad rocky off-road track
NOTE : Michael and Claire made it with a motorhome, slowly but ok.
Backpackers lodge with chalets, dorms and camping on outskirts of Maseru - far enough away to be comfortable and relatively quiet. M90 pppn camping overlooking lake and suburbs. Also acts as an activity centre incorporating canoeing and watersports as well as cultural visits. Not the most vibrant place but adequate, particularly if one has one's own transport.
Camping site next to the Lodge and at the river. Ablution block and separate kitchen. Very good restaurant. Nice area for walks. There is the worlds longest single drop abseil, 204 meter, down the Maletsunyane Falls. The last part of the road to the Lodge is bumpy but you can do it with a high clearance 2WD. We paid M200 for 2 persons and the truck including electricity.
The visitor center was being renovated with new beautiful chalets overlooking the valley and a nice waterfall. Unfortunately there as no-one to give us information about hiking trails or any other activities. I'm not sure if everything must be pre-booked. From what we saw, there was not too much more than enjoying the view from up there. Driving from Leribe, the road is paved and goes through nice village sceneries. Bokong is just after the pass at 3090 meters.
The lodge lies in a valley at 2525 meters, between the Moteng pass (2840m) and the Mahlasela pass (3220m). The campsite is a grassy area between the river and the road (not too much traffic though). Power at the ablution block from 5pm to 11am. Camping price is 70 Rand pppn. The road from Botha Bothe is paved.
Trout fishing in the river in summer, hiking and horse riding is also possible. There is also a ski slope 15 km away (Afri-ski).
3240 meters a.s.l.
Coming from Oxbow, the road is all tarred until the Sani Top pass (which is actually already down Hill from here). When going down on the South African side, the road is a pretty steep dirt all weather road. Recommended to have 4x4.
Small shop at top of hill in Katse village. Access road is steep and 4x4 recommended. Only place to buy diesel and petrol out of jerry cans in Katse. We could not find diesel anywhere between here and Semonkong since all the stations had run out. 12R/l diesel
Very cute and simple little lodge accessible by short but rough track and 4x4 recommended. You can camp on the lawn outside and use the main house to your liking, showers in rooms, kitchen, living and dining room. At night the friendly young caretaker will light the fireplace and the paraffin lamps in the house as there is no electricity. Pony trekking on offer. Meals available and we got a simple but nice breakfast for 50R pp (3,30€). Ensuite rooms looked very nice as well at around 300R (20€). Camping is 60R pp (4€) but we got half price since they ran out of gas to heat the shower water.
Small place with one hut (4 beds) under construction where you can camp. Basic, but nice ownerin Christina. Restroom with toilet and running water but when we were here there was no water because generator was out of order.