Since direct flights from the United Kingdom to Maseru are unavailable, that leaves you with connecting options only. You can contact travelhouseuk directly to get the latest information on all available connecting flights to Maseru. Currently, South African Airways, British Airways, Emirates, and Lufthansa are the top operators of indirect flights. If you were seeking direct flight in view of time constraints, rest assured that you would get the shortest connecting flight, and for a lot less money.
British Airways offers flights to Maseru from almost all major airports in the United Kingdom. These are connecting flights code-shared with other airlines such as South African Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Johannesburg is the main layover for British Airways flights, but there can be more than one layover though. Call travelhouseuk to grab the best deals on British Airways flights to Maseru. It is your turn to live life to the fullest.
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Your flight to Maseru will land at the Moshoeshoe I International Airport, which is located approximately 21 kilometres from centre city Maseru. The airport IATA code is MSU. Take the nearest taxi to reach your hotel, and it will not take more than 30 minutes during regular hours.
Maletsunyane Falls: The gentle stream courses down the slopes of lush green hills before it rushes down as a giant waterfall, making a thunderous clamour and winning the hearts of tourists. Covering a distance of 192 metres in a single drop, it looks more like an avalanche than a waterfall.
Katse Dam: Immensity is to Katse Dam what intensity is to Maletsunyane Falls. As far as the eye can go, one beholds the vastness of this dam. If your interest in the dam goes beyond mere sightseeing, you can learn the history and scope of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project in detail at the nearby information centre.
Bokong Nature Reserve: Few terrains stand in comparison to the unique landscape of the Bokong Nature Reserve: part wetland, part grassland. The parts closest to the Bokong River are home to some exceedingly rare species of birds and fishes. Frequent sightings of the Vaal rhebuck, as you drive through the park, are also to be expected.