Our Activities

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Leratong Tourism currently offers Horse Riding, Camping, Hiking, Arts and Crafts and Bioprospecting trade all in partnership with the community as a sustainable tourism development strategy.

We make pre-bookings only for all the adventure we offer alternatively we're standing by to take your call or just drop us an email and we will respond as soon as possible.


Enjoy horse riding at one of the top 5 highest areas in Southern Africa in altitude,get to experience the Maloti-Drakensberg and local seSotho influenced village experiences in Leratong Village. We offer rides for 2-30 guests at a time experienced or non-experienced guests are welcome we offer a 100% supervision service for all of our horse riding guests. You're welcome to join us to find out how Leratong Tourism in partnership with you our guest makes a difference per ride to local families through horse riding.



Leratong Tourism has a trail called BI-Country Hike that is up to 30KM starting at Monontsha Border Post passing the source of the 200km long Mohokare/Caledon River that divides Lesotho and South Africa there hikers do not need passports as the trail is within the no man’s land in between the two countries and the authorities of South Africa and Lesotho are informed in advanced before any hike by Leratong Tourism.



Souvenirs of seSotho culture that are produced locally by villagers who do not have horses and we then help them to make sales where they also receive an income and exposure market wise through Leratong Tourism.

Indulge yourself in the diverse products produced localy by the locals of Leratong Village which are arts and crafts that would serve as souvenirs or gifts to your friends and family.



We are in partnership as an ecotourism operator and now a bioprospector with a local wild harvestor making organic health products to market and sell with the effort and vision to add value to previously disadvantaged community members who are wild harvestors to further understand and find value in bioprospecting and ecotourism.

The biodiversity economy is among definitions the access of biological and genetic resources for bioprospecting purposes. South Africa is in the top 5 of the most biologically diverse countries in the world and in light of this bioprospecting as an industry containing the formal and informal market is the community harvesting or cultivating local plant species through bio-processing they participate in the bio-economy value chain to stimulate economic growth of rural or local communities. South Africa’s natural plant species added into the bio-economy converted into either of the 10 product categories as guided by the Bioprospecting, Access and Benefit Sharing Regulatory Framework of the Republic of South Africa is estimated to be worth over R 1.5 Billion per year representing roughly around 4% of the national health budget and having over 600 plant species from the traditional medicine market or informal wild harvesting market by rural harvestors.

All our activities are on a pre-booking only. Contact us to place a booking today. Contatc Us