The Qiloane Falls, like so many of Lesotho’s most beautiful places, is rarely seen by most tourists and it’s only a two-hour horseback ride or hike from the road. Coming from Maseru on the road to Mohale, backpackers can pony trek from the Basotho Pony Trekking Centre at Setibeng.
The trail follows the Makhaleng River upstream for 5 km. Often walking in the riverbed, caution should be exercised during the rainy season as the river quickly reach dangerous levels. Qiloane isn’t known for its long drop but for the wide fan of water flowing into the pools below, much like a bridal veil pouring over the rocks.
GPS S 29º 23' 49.17 E 027º 54' 44.56
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