Lesotho Ski Tour – 27 to 30 July 2017

Lesotho Ski Tour – 27 to 30 July 2017

Shuttle from JHB, PTA, 4X4 transport up the snow & mountains, Country tour

Spent 3 full days of fun touring Lesotho. Learn about the Basotho culture, simple life, the history & the origins of the Basotho nation

Enjoy the eastern Free State fresh breeze on a set of wheels while revving up your quad engine. Once done, get on a Zipline ride and pump out your adrenalin.

Thaba-Bosiu is an important historical site — the survival of the Basotho as a nation in the 19th century depended on King Moshoesoe's ability to defend his capital, and Thaba-Bosiu was never taken.

The name means "mountain at night". What was a hill in the daytime became a mountain at night.

Energetic tourists will enjoy climbing the trail to the summit of the hill.

Day 1
9am: Leave GP
1pm: Arrive at Clarens
Lunch, Quad riding, Zipline
6pm: Check in (Lesotho)

Day 2 (Ski all day)
7am: Breakfast
9am: Liphofung Caves
10am: Ski, Snowboarding, Bumboarding
8pm: Check in (TY)

Day 3
7am: Breakfast
9am: Komes Caves
2pm: Check in (Thaba Bosiu)
3pm: Thaba Bosiu hike
7pm: Dinner & Night out
Day 4
7am: Breakfast
9am: Souvenir shopping
1pm: Lunch
Leave Lesotho
6pm: Check in (Home)



R 7, 499 single
R 6, 499 pps

  • 1: Return Transport
  • 2: Zipline
  • 3: Quad Biking
  • 4: Thaba Bosiu
  • 5: Bum boarding, Snow boarding & Ski
  • 6: Three nights Accommodation (3 Different places)
  • 7: Kome Caves
  • 8: Liphofung Caves
  • 9: Daily Breakfast
  • 10: Night Outing
Cancellation Policy:

7 days before travel, 75% of the full price forfeited and thereafter, 100% of full price forfeited.

LYD reserves the right to cancel your travel at any time due to unforeseen circumstances and will refund all monies already paid to LYD, less a 10% cancellation fee. In such circumstances LYD cannot be held responsible for any other losses incurred.

Discounts
Previous LYD clients get a 5% discount on all packages.

Exclusions
Lunch and 2 dinners are on you.
Ski equipment hire at around R300 is excluded.
Pocket money of about R500pp is enough to have an enjoyable trip.