13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

I Left a 4-day stopover, According to a trip to South Africa.

It’s the planet’s highest country, with its stage at 1,400 meters above sea level. For this it has earned its nickname,”Kingdom in the Sky.” Lesotho is the only country on earth to be above seal level.

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Most its citizens ‘ farmers, and that explains why it attracts travelers that like wide open spaces and tourism that is nominal. It boasts fantastic scenery and folks, Though it’s among the states in Africa. Lesotho is a destination for hiking horseback riding, and relaxation. The nation boasts lush luxury lodges that offer. Below are 13 of my beloved Instagram images I captured throughout my excursion with my i-Phone. You may even have a look at my travel photos.

Local riding a donkey in Semonkong next to our hotel

Enjoying the view

Typical home made of mud and stones

Cinematographer Carlos getting some epic b-roll

Looking over Tsehlanyane National Park

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Dinosaur footprint in Path between Maseru and Butha Buthe.

A dinosaur is known as the Lesothosaurus, if you did not know.

Epic opinion of The Maletsunyane Falls. It had been dry season when we visited, but beautiful just the same.

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Mountains everywhere… Particular thanks for CarRentals.co.uk for supplying the wheels for your journey!

Lone house on a hill in Semonkong

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Horseback riding in Tsehlanyane National Park

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Chalets in the Maliba Lodge Interior Tsehlanyane National Park

Take a Look at our Installment Including Maliba Mountain Lodge

Shots such as are anywhere in Lesotho, so get ready to make frequent stops for photos!

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Yes that’s right this is SNOW!

13 Instagram Photos of Lesotho the Kingdom in the Sky

Have you ever been to Lesotho?  What were your adventures? Leave us a comment below!