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RSA, Eswatini and Lesotho-10 Nights/ 11 Days Day 1: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included! Depending on arrival time! Pick up from Johannesburg Airport and then be transferred straight to Pretoria. We will do the Pretoria City Tour -Learn . .
Country: Swaziland
City: Mantenga Village
Duration: 11 Day(s) - 10 Night(s)
Tour Category: Heritage Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
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RSA, Eswatini and Lesotho-10 Nights/ 11 Days

Day 1: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depending on arrival time!

Pick up from Johannesburg Airport and then be transferred straight to Pretoria. We will do the Pretoria City Tour -Learn about the history of South Africa's official capital - Visit Voortrekker Monument - a tribute to Great Trek - Check out the Union Buildings, the seat of government - Wander jacaranda-lined streets of this pleasant city.

Overnight: Lodge / Hotel - 4-Star.

Day 2: Breakfast and Dinner Included!

Depart from the lodge to Kruger National Park. The clients may choose from the activities offered at the park. The activities are their own cost. Lunch at the park also own cost.

Overnight: at Safari Lodge- 4.5 Star.

Day 3: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depart after breakfast to Kruger National Park for Wild Life Walking Tour- The National Park will suggest options for this either done by 4x4 or walking safari. After lunch, the clients will proceed to view/see wild animals, and the National Park will advise accordingly.

Overnight: at Safari Lodge- 4.5 Star.

Day 4: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Transfer from Kruger National Park in South Africa to Eswatini. Lunch on route and be transferred to the Lodge. Lunch on route and early afternoon arrival at the lodge.

Overnight: at Guest Lodge- 4 Star.

Day 5: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Swaziland Full-Day Tour

Depart after a healthy breakfast to head out of town direction of the village- to Mantenga Village which is 55 km away from Manzini. This a 1-hour trip since part of the road gravel

Arrive in the - stretch your legs and then go sit down in the granny’s hut to discuss the Swazi culture and tradition. This is where you will have a good understanding of the Swazi people, and all your questions will be answered. It’s always advisable to have an open mind when it comes to discussions of different cultures- since we believe that there is no right and wrong. We then go to view the Mantenga Waterfalls great view for photographs!

We then visit the Royal Palace Residence at Eludzidzini (Lobamba) there is a chance to meet the Queen (Indlovukati) of Swaziland. Then we can drive through the King Sobhuza Memorial Park.

We will have lunch at a local Restaurant. After Lunch, we drive back down to the Ezulwini valley. On the way to the museum, we stop by a well-known local craft market where clients can check out a wider variety of artifacts made by local artists.

Do Mbabane 2 hours city tour. You will be able to go shopping for small stuff you wish to remind you about Eswatini at this stage.

Overnight at Guest Lodge- 4 Star.

Day 6: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depart after Breakfast transferred to the border to meet and lunch in ST Lucia, this was the first world heritage site in South Africa, named in 2000- by UNESCO.

We leave Underberg heading to Saint Lucia, which is surrounded by an estuary at the southernmost entrance to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park in the Elephant Coast region of KwaZulu Natal. St Lucia is home to various ecosystems which include swamps, lake systems, coral reefs, beaches, wetlands, woodlands, and coastal forests. The town lies in the heart of unspoiled beauty with plenty of wildlife. A boat cruise in St Lucia estuary viewing hippos, crocodiles, and birdlife. This is a 2 hours boat cruise. Part of this area has been a game reserve since as early as 1895.

Overnight: at Hotel in Durban-4 Star.

Day 7: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner- Included!

Depart after breakfast to Underberg. We will travel through the World Heritage Site of the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park, with regular stops, following the Mkomazana River up the scenic Sani Valley to the South African Border Post (border formalities).

We continue up the Sani Pass, which was built by David Alexander between 1948 and 1954 viewing the Hodgson’s Peaks and the Giants Cup. We will be climbing to an altitude of 2.874m and zigzag upwards beneath towering cliffs, buttresses, past waterfalls, and unique flora and bird life. After having completed the border formalities at Lesotho Border we visit the village to learn more about the Basotho culture. We get invited into a Basotho Hut, tasting Basotho Home-Made Bread and Traditional beer. The guests get to interact with Basotho People.

We arrive at the “Highest Pub in Africa” (2.874m) for lunch (excluded from the price). The restaurant offers international and South African meals from the A la Carte menu. We have decided to move venue. Bring a warm jacket, comfortable walking shoes, cameras, and mineral water.

Overnight: at Guest Lodge- 2 Star.

Day 8: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depart after breakfast to meet the hiking guide. Collect your packed lunch and mineral water book in and depart for Thabana Ntlenyana. Hike to the summit of Thabana Ntlenyana 3482m (the highest point in Africa south of Mt Kilimanjaro). We will first drive to Skirrig village and leave our vehicle there. Total hike distance 26kms, time 7 to 8 hrs.

Overnight: Guest Lodge- 2 Star.

Day 9: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depart to Maseru after a healthy Breakfast. We will have lunch at Lancers Inn- Maseru. After Lunch, we depart to Maseru and have a little bit afternoon City Tour.

Overnight: at Guest Lodge- 4 Star.

Day 10: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Included!

Depart after a healthy breakfast and proceed to Thaba Bosiu. This is the burial site of the king's graves. Thaba Bosiu is a sandstone plateau with an area of approximately 2 km2 and a height of 1,804 meters above sea level.

It is located between the Orange and Caledon Rivers in the Maseru District of Lesotho, 24 km east of the country's capital Maseru. In the early 19th century, the Basotho chief Moshoeshoe I established a stronghold on the plateau to act as a refuge for his people during a war with the Ndebele people.

At an elevation of nearly 120 meters above the surrounding area, the plateau formed a natural fortress to gather the Basotho people in times of danger. The plateau's large area meant it could hold enough livestock and provisions to support the people during a lengthy siege. The word Thaba means mountain in the Sesotho language and Bosiu means 'at night'. The name Mountain of the Night echoed the local belief that the mountain grew during the night and shrunk during the day, leaving enemies who tried scaling it during the night still stranded on the cliffs and vulnerable to attack the next morning.

Thaba Bosiu also acted as Moshoeshoe's headquarters during the various Basuto Wars. During the first Free State–Basotho War against the Orange Free State in 1858, the Free State's commandoes tried assaulting the stronghold, but met with little success During the third war against the Free State in 1868, Thaba Bosiu was the only stronghold in Basutoland that wasn't stormed by the Free State forces. In the time the stronghold remained manned, it was never taken by the enemy When Moshoeshoe died in 1870, he was buried on Thaba Bosiu.

The settlement on Thaba Bosiu has since been abandoned and only ruins and the graves of various Basotho chiefs remain. The plateau is currently a national monument and is often visited by tourists.

We will travel via Roma which is the principal center of the Roman Catholic Church in Lesotho and since 1964 the site of the National University of Lesotho. Roma was found in 1862 when King Moshoeshoe granted the site to Bishop Allard and Father Gerard. A nice scenic route arrives at Semonkong which means the place of smoke, will take our packed lunches from Semonkong Lodge and travel to view the highest single-drop waterfall Maletsunyane Falls (204m) which is the 3rd longest single-drop waterfall in Southern Africa.

Back at the lodge in the afternoon guests have the opportunity to view the “Bald Ibis” (National Bird of Lesotho) and their breeding site in the, viewing from the veranda at the Lodge.

There’s a choice of either a Horse ride or a walk to view Maletsunyane waterfall of 204 meters single drop. This is a 3-hour round/circular route and you'll be interacting with the local people along the way.

Return to Botleng Guest Lodge via the same routing, as the morning!

Overnight: at Guest Lodge- 4 Star.

(Please note, if the flight is early afternoon, then we have a choice to overnight at Semonkong Lodge)!

Day 11: Breakfast Included!

Depart after a healthy breakfast and transfer to Moshoehoe 1= Maseru airport!


Valid Passports Essential

If the number of clients increases or decreases the cost will be adjusted accordingly!


TL is free of charge

2x Bottled water per day (500ml)

All Accommodation -10 Nights

All meals x 3 per day (budget on meals)

Driver Guide

All Transport

2x Airport Transfers


Personal Insurance/ Expenses

All Soft and Alcoholic Drinks

Entry Fees

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