Sehlabathebe National Park's new lodge has the facility to cater for 40 persons on a dinner, bed & breakfast or self-catering basis, if required.
We also have availability for Camping with seperate ablutions within the new Lodge for the Camp Site. Campers also have the possibility of utilizing our dining room at the new lodge for meals etc', if required.
Sehlabathebe National Park, the oldest nature reserve in the country, is remote and almost inaccessible, but predictably peaceful and stunningly beautiful.
Set on the border with South Africa in the southern reaches of the Drakensberg at an average altitude of 2400m, the park is best known for its prolific birdlife, including the rare bearded vulture (or lammergeier), excellent trout fishing on the Tsoelikana River, waterfalls, rock paintings and ancient Basotho stone dwellings, and seemingly endless open spaces just perfect for hiking.