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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...more
A great dam, much to explore on the way. It’s very fascinating and I will recommend one to visit this place towards the sun set, but please be extra careful when driving. The road are too scary as they go up and down the mountains
Ok so it was not your usual vacation. We had been working as teachers in thaba tseka so with no transport apart from local taxi getting around was difficult.
To start the journey was long ( 5 hours 60 kn) but spectacular if uncomfortable.
Stunning views and very good roads on route to the dam from Caledonspoort. Amazing project and very interesting to see the inside of the wall. We fully agree with a previous reviewer: the tour guide is an arrogant young woman, her presentation was almost useless...More
We did a tour of the dam wall and although it is spectacular with fascinating facts, we had the worst guide I have ever encountered. She barely looked at us, showed us she was utterly bored with what she was doing and the accent was...More
The drive may be long, but it is definitely worth experiencing!! The dam is massive and the views are stunning; even the guard that let us drive over the dam was friendly! The bridge opens at 7 am and closes at 5 pm, so make...More
The people are friendly and the view of Katse Dam from the lodge is spectacular. What I was disgusted about is that on two occasions. 1st incidence happened in the afternoon when asked for a whiskey glass at the bar and the barman reached for...More