Welcome to Ts’ehlanyane National Park


This 'che-che' forest, as the Basotho people call it, offers a canopy of medicinal and ornamental plants, blossoming with wildflowers in the spring and attracting rare migratory butterfly species. This is one of the few areas where eland still roam in Lesotho, and lucky visitors might also spot rhebuck, baboon, ice rat or the elusive African wild cat.

The hiking trails and horse riding are top-notch.


Top experiences in Ts’ehlanyane National Park

Ts’ehlanyane National Park in detail