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Lesotho is generally safe to visit in our opinion. This includes Ts’ehlanyane National Park, which is easily reached by car on a relatively good road from Maseru, the country’s capital city. Ts’ehlanyane NP is a hiking destination and, although the routes are well marked, we recommend employing a local guide for the longer trails. Always be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions and rising mist.