With a beautiful mountainous landscape that stretches the horizon, matchless views, fresh mountain air, and miles of untouched territory waiting for you to explore, it is no wonder that Afriski Mountain Resort (and the greater Lesotho area) is known as the "kingdom in the sky".
Afriski is often referred to as the "winter playground for skiers and snowboarders alike"; but is increasingly more popular during the warmer summer months; with the greenest valleys and mountains, baby blue skies and earnest African sun, making it the ultimate setting for exploration and fun.
The Resort is an adventure-seeker's paradise - with majestic mountain terrain to explore through various biking and hiking trails, abseiling, paintballing, cultural trips and a whole range of activities. This unique destination, tucked away in the highlands of northern Lesotho is equally ideal for families looking to spend quality time together and seeking adventure; as it is for couples in need of a romantic mountain escape, with plenty of high energy on-site activities to enjoy together.
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Besides Afriski being a thrill-seekers utopia, it offers guests the peace and tranquillity of mountain retreat, with its chalet-type accommodation of varying sizes that all overlook picturesque views of the Lesotho landscape.
6-10 Sleeper Mountain Chalets
8-11 Sleeper Mountain Chalets
The Mountain Chalets are the self-catering accommodation at the Resort.
All Mountain Chalets have a fully-equipped kitchen, lounge and dining room and linen is provided. Chalets vary from two bedrooms and two bathrooms; to five bedrooms and three bathrooms.
*If you require any special assistance in terms of access, please contact the resort directly*
+266 595 44 734 / +266 571 24 302
Nearby Attractions & Activities
14:00 - 21:00 / 10:00
A refundable key / breakage / appliance deposit is required at check-in.
Border Control Hours
The Caledonspoort Border is open from 06:00 - 22:00, seven days a week (82 km).
The Ficksburg Border post (approximately 130 km away) is open 24 hours.
Oxbow - Mapholaneng Road,
Take the N3 to Durban. At Villiers take the Frankfort Exit and crossing the bridge turn left towards "Reitz" (road sign). When reaching Bethlehem - cross second robot, pass Wimpy and turn right at 4-Way Stop in Eeufees (one way). Eeufees becomes Church Street. Follow Church Street and turn left at Commissioner Street, road sign indicating "Fouriesburg" (KFC on the corner). Once you approach Fouriesburg, DO NOT TURN LEFT AT THE FIRST FOURIESBURG road sign. Turn left at the SECOND sign (Clarens). After ±500 m: turn right to Caledonspoort. Go through the Border Post from the South African to the Lesotho side. Once you are through the border follow the road until you see the "Afriski 75 km" sign, where you will turn left. At the T-junction, turn left again. This road will take you directly to Afriski, 73 km away.