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Maseru Accommodation

Maseru, the capital city, is generally the first stop for many tourists and offers a number of attractions. The Basotho-hut-shaped Lesotho Evangelical church and the colonial-style Roman Catholic cathedral are monuments in honour of the Basotho who fell in the two world wars. The podium built to receive Pope John Paul II in 1988 is a monument of its time. Rural Basotho handicrafts are displayed on the streets for sale.

The weaving centres in town provide opportunities for visitors to buy high-quality wool and mohair, traditional Lesotho products. Lancer's Gap on the Berea Plateau offers fine views of the city and the Conquered Territory.

29° 20' 37.95" S
27° 29' 35.8296" E
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Starting from R 2,910.00 per room | BB
AVANI Lesotho Hotel

AVANI Lesotho Hotel - The 4-star hotel is situated on a hillside overlooking Maseru, the capital of Lesotho. Regarded as one of the best places to stay in Lesotho, this...

Starting from R 2,100.00 per room | BB
AVANI Maseru Hotel

AVANI Maseru Hotel is perfectly situated alongside the Caledon River in the centre of Maseru. It’s sometimes difficult to accept that you’re in the middle of a bustling...