Scenery Stadium Area

The guest house is located in Maseru East, behind the Setsoto Stadium. This location allows good visibility along with convenient access to business centers, sports and recreation facilities and tourist attractions. It provides beautiful scenery of Main North areas of Maseru.

Scenery Maqalika

Scenery Guesthouse Maqalika View opened doors to the public late 2013, this regal lodging is nestled on a hill site, in a suburban area of Maseru East, no more than a kilometre away from its sister branch. The scenic view of this lodging is set against the beautiful Maqalika Dam which brags different species of fish and bird and the serenity that this lodging facility has to offer is hard to come by in the city’s energy and excitement.

Our Mission

To Strive to maintain the highest level of service and standards that are essential to exceed our guest’s expectations in all transactions. We want to see our guests arrive as ‘guests’ and leave as a friends. Our Motto: “experience magnetic service”


Pony trekking

Pony trekking

Go for one hour to six nights, seven days pony trek across, the mountain escarpments, staying in the high altitude Basotho villages. The hardy sure-footed Basotho ponies provide the best way to see the rugged domain. Longer or shorter treks can be arranged to suit your schedule and posterior. Bookings can be arranged through. Malealea Lodge.

fishing in Lesotho


Fishing in Lesotho is a heavenly experience offering plenty of excitement for the angler. A number of dams and rivers in Lesotho have made fishing one of the most enjoyable leisure activities in the country. September to May is the best time for fishing in Lesotho. The Mountain streams of the Lesotho highlands offer some of the best trout fishing in Africa. The high altitude and cold temperatures lend themselves well to year round trout fishing in Lesotho.

Skiing and Snowboarding Lesotho

Skiing and Snowboarding

Skiing in Lesotho are one of the main reasons for tourists flocking to this land locked country surrounded by the terrain of the Republic of South Africa. It is situated in a high altitude with temperatures reaching below freezing point over the winter months. This facilitates ideal opportunities for Skiing in Lesotho. The best time for skiing is from June through to August.

Skiing slopes are found in the Oxbow area. Afri-Ski Leisure Kingdom offers some amazing skiing and snowboarding. The oldest resort in Lesotho is the mountain resort of Oxbow. The longest slope in Africa is a 1.5-2km slope called Mahlesela Hill. It’s just 11km away from Oxbow Lodge where you can hire ski equipment. But snow or no snow, the area is beautiful and the mountain walks are lovely. 

Mountain Biking Lesotho

Mountain Biking

It has become one of the most popular forms of entertainment among the young adventure loving tourists who visit the country from different corners of the world. Lesotho mountain biking takes riders through zigzagging routes amidst the high and beautiful mountain ranges of the country. While going through the different rocky roads the travellers will go past plenty of stunning scenic locations, unique flora and fauna and many lovely waterfalls as well.

There is also opportunity of taking up only downhill biking, which makes the trip more adventurous if that is your particular brand of fun.

There are quite a few touring agencies and lodges, which organize biking tours through the Lesotho Mountains. These tours typically span 4 to 5 days or even more and can be a once in a life time experience for all adventure seekers.

Motorcycle in Lesotho

Off road

The Lesotho Highlands offer some of the most fantastic off road driving you will encounter anywhere in Southern Africa. It is full of beautiful mountain passes (No less than nine) and deep river valleys with tremendous scenery were ever you look. They don’t call it the roof of Africa for nothing!

The roads and passes themselves offer varying challenges that can test driver and vehicle alike. Most of the countries roads are little more than dirt tracks, however the road network (such as it is) is slowly upgrading in line with the main roads.

Watch out for the weather though, as Lesotho can cycle through all four seasons in a single day leaving conditions varied and in places difficult. So whether you are on 4 wheels or just 2, the mountain Kingdom has a challenge for you that you will find both inspiring and rewarding at the end of the day.