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Sani Pass & Lesotho Day Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

  • Activities

    Adventure, Car Tour, Outdoor, Sightseeing

  • Price
    R2400 ZAR per trip
  • Duration

    12 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    Durban

  • Price Includes

    Transport (Toyota Quantum/ Land Rover Defender), entrance fees, tolls.

  • Notes

    Passport required.

Highlights

  • In a 4WD vehicle, be led by private guides along the narrow road which crosses the South African – Lesotho border, 1968 m above sea level.
  • Travel to Lesotho, a high-altitude, landlocked kingdom, encircled by South Africa, rich in culture.
  • Start your tour 1566 m above sea level, at the Sani Pass hotel.
  • Enjoy lunch at the pub at the highest altitude in Africa, sitting 2873 m above sea level.
  • Take in the amazing drive along a 33 km gravel road that straddles the cliffs of the Drakensberg escarpment!

Trip Info

Departing from Durban, we will progress through Pietermaritzburg, the capital of KwaZulu-Natal, up to Sani Pass. The Sani Pass is a 33 km gravel road that straddles the sheer cliffs of The Drakensberg escarpment in a series of zig zags.

The Route will begin at the Sani Pass hotel, 1566 m above sea level. Drive upwards, along the narrow road in a Land Rover, crossing the South African – Lesotho border, 1968 m above sea level. Along the way up to the pass, the South African landscape of KwaZulu-Natal opens up in front of your eyes, displaying spectacular views the South African outdoors, particularly the rolling hills and vast skies. You can look forward to a delicious lunch at the highest pub in Africa, sitting 2873 m above sea level.

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