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Lesotho Co-operative Handicrafts

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Lesotho Co-operative Handicrafts

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Basotho Hat Bldg Kingsway, Maseru 100 Lesotho
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Katse Dam Walking Tour
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Katse Dam Walking Tour

The Katse dam, in the Lesotho Highlands, is one of the most spectacular water features in the country! Located on the Malibamatso River, this dam was completed in 1997 and is central to the Lesotho Highlands Water Project. The dam is second in size in Africa to Ghana’s Lake Volta and Akosombo Dam. You will be surprised how high is a dam wall! In which mountains is it built? Who is it named after? Your professional local guide will tell you many interesting facts. What are the people in this land famous for? What do they like to ride? How do they greet visitors? Discover all that and more from your expert local guide.
US$ 76.42 per adult
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Teboho R wrote a review Mar 2020
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Lesotho Co-operative Handicrafts Lesotho Co-operative Handicrafts | Basotho Hat Bldg Kingsway, Maseru 100, Lesotho Excellent
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Felleng Makeka wrote a review Nov 2019
Maseru, Lesotho8 contributions
This neighbourhood is the epitome of our roots as the Basotho people. By stopping by a traveller is bound to receive a true reflection of exactly what the Basotho people are all about and where they've emanated from.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Marc Derveeuw wrote a review Sep 2019
Maseru, Lesotho340 contributions147 helpful votes
They have a couple of interesting items, but not a great choice. The traditional cloth is rather expensive. I bought some pins of Lesotho, and some table protectors for pots and pans. It looks as it is government-run and not very commercial
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Date of experience: July 2019
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OceanLook wrote a review Jul 2018
Lima, Peru80 contributions74 helpful votes
The place is nice on the outside and creates expectation, however when you go inside, there is little to see and most items are covered with lots of dust, so not appealing. They have nie wall hangings in big sizes. You can find most of those items in other stores with nicer presentation. Prices depend onwhat you are buying some ok, some expensive.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Seba wrote a review Jan 2018
Milan, Italy135 contributions21 helpful votes
While the true and most memorable gift you can get from Lesotho is the breathtaking landscape, make sure to get a nice handicraft from Maseru before leaving this small but memorable place!
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Date of experience: June 2017
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