The tourist slogan of the country is the 'Kingdom of Heaven', and it is not far from the truth, because the lowest place in Lesotho is higher than that of any other country in the world. With landscapes, reminiscent of the highlands of Tibet, the majestic mountain scenery and the colorful culture of the local people, this country is considered one of the best places in the world for hiking and trekking.

Almost all tours in Lesotho are related to outdoor recreation, and great trout fishing in mountain streams attracts connoisseurs from around the world. Plus, nearly 300 species of birds and many species of wild animals, a pretty impressive figure for a country which has no outlet to the sea and lies on such a high altitude.

Maseru is located almost on the western border of the country. Previously, the capital of Lesotho, was compared with a tiny provincial town, known only due to its royal residence. But since 1970, the city began to expand rapidly and acquired a unique way of life, with most of the traditional customs of local people still carefully observed. Almost all the major attractions of Maseru are the Hat Craft Shop, the Royal Palace and the National Museum, all located within a kilometer from each other, in the town center. Maseru market is the best place to buy traditional local souvenirs, fruit and vegetables.

Taba-Bosiu is a small village around the citadel, which was occupied by the European colonizers only in 1824. Until then, the citadel had been subjected to regular attacks for 40 years and never surrendered to the invaders. Now it is the most important historical site in the country, and the mountain itself, Taba-Bosiu, is a well-organized center of historical tourism, with a carefully prepared information for visitors, official guides, historical theatrical performances, and good views of the surrounding area.

Teyyateyyaneng, whose name is translated as 'a marshy place', lies 30 kilometers to the north-east of the capital. The city was specifically founded and is still supported by the government of Lesotho as a center of national industries and traditional crafts. The region is often referred to as 'T' and can boast making the best examples of beautiful tapestries, various products of wool and unique pieces of arts and applied crafts. And all of this comes almost in one small place where it is very easy to get familiarized with the culture of the region.

Mohotlong is a town to the north of the Sani Pass, which has a reputation of one of the coldest and driest places in Africa, as well as the most isolated place in Lesotho. The basic 'wealth' of the city is the magnificent scenery and unique vegetation of the Drakensberg Mountains. Trekking routes in the surrounding mountains are among the best in Africa.

Kuiting is the southernmost of the 'biggest' cities of Lesotho. The city is divided into two parts. In one of them, most of the shops, hotels and residential buildings are located, while the other part lies on the slopes of the steep gorge of the Orange River and is more picturesque. There are numerous buildings of colonial style, quite a nice hotel, the Catholic church and various statues of the colonial era. Most tourists come to Kuiting because of its striking sandstone church, the famous 'cave city', Masitis Cave House, located near the city, and a unique natural phenomenon with hundreds of dinosaur footprints found on the surrounding rocks, whose age is estimated at 180 million years.

Travel agencies in Lesotho are the best specialists to request a tour offer from. Lesotho tour operators can provide specific travel needs, for example, hotels and flights, at better rates.