Situated in the south-east corner of Lesotho, the main attraction of the spectacular Sehlabathebe National Park is peace and solitude. The oldest nature reserve in Lesotho, with an average elevation of 2 400m, it is remote and rugged.
Characterised by its strange sandstone formations and striking mountains, it is almost inaccessible, but is incredibly beautiful, a place of shy antelope and rare birds. You will need a 4x4 vehicle to get there, and will be able to enjoy wonderful hikes and pony treks (although it is always a good idea to take a guide along). Fixed accommodation and good camping facilities are available.