Living in Maseru, Lesotho:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Maseru, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Maseru what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Maseru is a very small city. There isn’t much to explore. There is only one street connecting everything to everyone. The weather is unsteady, changing three times a day at times. Otherwise, it’s a very peaceful place. Everyone knows everyone and that makes it an easy city to go around.

Tontši, says: 2020

Maseru is the capital city of Lesotho. It is a home to the Royal family with quite a number of sites to visit. One of the tourist attractions is Thaba Bosiu, which is where there founder of the Basotho nation fled with his people in the 1800s from Shaka Zulu. Maseru is home to a diverse group of people from all parts of the country.

Rorisang, says: 2020

Maseru, although quite small, is the biggest city in Lesotho. Maseru is warm and mountainous. It offers most basic needs like job opportunities, shopping malls, schools, and churches. It consists of both urban and regional residents. Maseru lies just near the Caledon River which separates Lesotho and South Africa.

Moeketsi, says: 2020

Maseru is in a developing country and there is not much infrastructure. It is on a mountain because we have a mountainous country. It is very cold in winter with lots of snow and very hot in summer with lots of rain. It is such a peaceful place to be as our founder loved peace.

Moruti, says: 2020

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