Smurfs high adventure in deep Lesotho

2018-04-25 06:01
Vimal Mothilal (team leader), Shazaad Motala, Janelle Jaimangal and Reshmi Sing.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Vimal Mothilal (team leader), Shazaad Motala, Janelle Jaimangal and Reshmi Sing.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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A TEAM of local mountain adventurers recently explored the stunning landscape of Lesotho, being the only country in the world entirely 3000 feet above sea level, it is often referred to as “Kingdom in the Sky”.

Prepared and determined the Smurfs Hiking Club team successfully summitted the “Thaba
Mangaung” at a challenging altitude of 3100 feet mast, in the remote highlands of Lesotho.

The Smurfs Hiking Club team sampled the local food, met the locals, clad in Basotho blankets on horseback, trekked through old stoned settlements and met chiefs and tribal leaders during their high adventure in Lesotho.


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