Sani Pass: How to ruin a tourism icon

2008-07-20 00:00

FOR the first time since talks surfaced about tarring Sani Pass in 2004, a qualitative survey has been done about the “lure factor” of a gravel roadway that links the southern Drakensberg with the eastern highlands of Lesotho.

Nothing is further from the truth in view of the fact that the so-called direct route via Thaba Tseka would traverse eight major mountain passes in Lesotho, all between 2 225 metres and 3 240 metres.

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