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Elegance Unveiled

Elegance Unveiled

Maliba Lodge Celebrates The Opening Of The New Main Lodge  After considerable perseverance over the past 15 months, Maliba Lodge takes great pride in announcing the completion, and opening of the newly constructed Main Lodge.

New light for the Bearded Vulture

New light for the Bearded Vulture

New Bearded Vulture hide opened at Giants Castle in attempt to limit risk to this critically endangered species   The urgent need to mitigate the risk of extinction of the highly threatened Bearded Vulture species in South Africa, has led to various initiatives by conservationists to safe-guard existing vulture populations. These attempts include the construction and management of Bearded Vulture hides to create safe feeding areas, provide greater public awareness of the threats they face; and to conduct essential research…

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Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors

Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors

  Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors Boundless Southern Africa is looking for investors for multi-million tourism projects located in a conservation area. Maloti Drakensberg Transfrontier Conservation Area, which is spans parts of South Africa and Lesotho has six tourism projects that require funding. These are, Sehlabathebe National Park Mountain Resort, Sehlabathebe National Park Environmental Education Centre, Bokong Nature Reserve, Mohale Village, Afri-Ski Leisure Kingdom and Katse Tourist Village.

First Ski Trac to be in the Mountain Kingdom

First Ski Trac to be in the Mountain Kingdom

You know that in May 2011 we reported something regarding the government of Lesotho planning the construction of the world’s first Ski Trac in the highlands of Lesotho as part of an initiative to increase tourism in the country. What is a Ski Trac? A Ski Trac is a giant indoor revolving slope that will allow skiers the potential for an endless ski run, within a massive climatically controlled dome.

Lesotho Tourism – The way forward for sustainable economic freedom

Lesotho Tourism – The way forward for sustainable economic freedom

Lesotho is a land of contrasts High unemployment Many people live on less than  a $1 a day More than 30% of the Adult population has HIV A lack of development and natural resource’s And yet it is a country with a unique beauty unlike any other! Pristine natural environment unpolluted mountains and streams Friendly Basotho people  who enjoy a  simple subsistence living Wide open spaces and a complete absence of over development

Stone throwing – Government takes action

Stone throwing – Government takes action

Stone throwing in Lesotho is luckily something that most travellers to the mountain Kingdom will never experience. Even so, it is an unpleasant situation for travellers and one that the LTDC (Lesotho Tourism Development Corporation) is diligently trying to stamp out. For those that may not know, the LTDC is charged with a mandate to promote Lesotho as a preferred tourist destination, locally, regionally and internationally.

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