Lesotho is a small and poor country totally surrounded by South Africa.
Hlotse or Leribe is a market town in the north of Lesotho. Established in the 19th century by a British missionary, this town on the banks of the Hlotse river was one of the main centres in colonial days.
Morija is a tiny town in north western Lesotho, about 40 miles south of Maseru. Tim Couzens' novel Murder at Morija tells of the 1920 poisoning of one of Lesotho's first missionaries.
Maseru is the capital of and largest city in Lesotho and is very close to the north western border with South Africa. Although there isn't a huge deal to see in Maseru, it is well worth stopping here upon entry into Lesotho to stock up before venturing further in (where there are very, very few Western-style shops).
Ladybrand is surrounded by the beautiful hills of the eastern Free State at the foot of the majestic Maluti Mountains in Lesotho was founded in 1867 and named after Lady Catharina Brand, the mother of President Brand, then president of the Orange Free State Colony. Ladybrand, a frontier post, was established specifically to defend the conquered territory from the “marauding” Basotho.
Ukhahlamba (Drakensberg) or "The Berg" is a mountainous region in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
Bergville is a town in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, located at the foot of the Drakensberg mountains and close to the Royal Natal National Park.