What you get on a Private Tour
Extra’s on a Private full Day tour
Lunch on arrival at Clarens.
Additional Hiking guide costs.
Curio’s and personal items
Traverse the breath taking Sani Pass stopping frequently for photo opportunities.
After crossing the Lesotho border drive deep into the mountains for an exclusive experience with a Basotho community including interacting with a traditional healer, private dancing, bread tasting and crafts.
Drive across the spectacular views on the Roof of Africa.
Pass the Let’seng Diamond Mine at which some of the clearest and largest diamonds in the world have been found.
Overnight near Bushman Paintings.
Dinner Bed and Breakfast.
After a full breakfast wind down the corkscrew Moteng Pass.
Watch as incredible vistas turn to the lush Lesotho lowlands.
Pass via Butha Buthe en route to view the 200 million year old dinosaurs footprints embedded in a remote undeveloped river bed. For the fitter, hike to a plateau to see the Lesothosaurus footprints on the ceiling, whilst they are still visible.
Visit the mohair weaving project.
Exit Lesotho through the sandstone mountains to the quaint little arts and crafts town of Clarens where your rental or personal vehicle will be waiting for you having been personally transferred safely by ourselves. Car rental insurance will be organised as an additional driver item on your car rental contract.
Passports & Visas
Valid Passports are essential. No exceptions are made.
Visas may be required for some nationalities and can be obtained online.
Please check http://www.evisalesotho.com/
What to Bring
What is the altitude?
How long is the tour?
This tour is approximately 1 and a half days (could be a little longer) and one night.
We leave by 7h30 to ensure that there are few other tours en route.
We return you to Clarens to meet your transfer driver by lunch time (or to Underberg if going in reverse by late afternoon)
h is the latest we can return.
What happens if the weather is bad?
When it is raining, misty or snowing we still operate the tour as most times you rise above the clouds as you go up the Pass.
The only times when the tour will be cancelled is in winter if the Passes have been closed by the border control due to being blocked by snow. Past the Sani Pass the passes are usually cleared by the morning but this cannot be guaranteed.
Please speak to us about cancelling if you are not happy.
Is the Sani Pass going to be tarred?
Yes. However according to the engineers involved this will only be in about 5 years.
There are a few road works but this is long before the South African border post.
Can I drive on my own?