Sani Pass Day Tour
- Small group
- Duration: 7.5 hours
Depart Underberg in the morning and take in stunning views of the KwaZulu-Natal landscape as you make your way along the Sani Pass mountain road that connects to Mokhotlong in Lesotho. Stop to get breathtaking views from different locations, and at the South African Border Control and Lesotho Border Control posts. Climb to an altitude of 2,874 meters above sea level to enjoy lunch at the Sani Mountain Lodge – the highest pub in Africa. Continue to a village of the ethnic Basotho people and learn about Lesotho and its people from your experienced mountain guide. Try some traditional beer and homemade bread before you brave the drive back down the Sani Pass. Look for wildlife along the road before you arrive back in Underberg in the afternoon.
Absolutely amazing. Very well organized tour. friendly tour guide. They go out of their way to help.
Day One: Depart from Underberg and travel via the Sani Pass with a stop for early tea at Sani Top Chalet. Travel on to the Black Mountain Pass and take a short walk to a vantage point to view Thabana Ntlenyana, which is the highest peak in Southern Africa at 3482m. Continue to Mokhotlong via the stunningly beautiful Sehonghong Valley and stop at 10 Riverside for an ethnic Basotho experience. After a short drive, arrive in Mokhotlong, once billed as the remotest outpost in the British Empire, for dinner and accommodation for the night. Day Two: After breakfast, depart from Mokhotlong across the roof of Africa and travel down the Moteng Pass to Liphofung. This is a cultural and historical site of the San people and later, the Basotho. Continue on via Leriba, for a stop to look at good crafts, to Katse Lodge. Stop at Bokong Nature Reserve where beauty and serenity lie within the waterfalls...
Day One: Depart from Underberg, or be collected along the route, in a 4x4 vehicle and travel via the Sani Pass, with a stop for early tea at Sani Top Chalet. Travel up Black Mountain Pass for a short walk to a vantage point to view Thabana Ntlenyana, the highest peak in Southern Africa at 3482 meters. Continue on to Mokhotlong via the stunningly beautiful Sehonghong Valley and stop at 10 Riverside for an ethnic Basotho experience, including a visit to the Ngaka, a traditional healer, and the artifact house. Afterward, go to Mokhotlong for dinner and your overnight stay. Day Two: After breakfast, drive through Mokhotlong, which was once billed as the most remote village in the British Empire. Stop for a short walk down the main road to view the rare Spiral Aloe, the National plant of Lesotho. Travel to St James Mission to see the fascinating ceiling of their church. Drive back up the S...
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