Located 24km outside of the city of Maseru, Thaba Bosiu is a National Monument and Lesotho's foremost tourist destination holding great historical significance as the birthplace of the Basotho People.
It is a sandstone plateau where King Moshoeshoe I, the founder of the Basotho Nation established what turned out to be a formidable fortress that protected his People during amongst others, the Lifaqane (Mfecane) war. "Thaba Bosiu" which means "Mountain at Night" was believed to possess supernatural powers which made it grow into a tall mountain during the night leaving enemies who tried scaling it still stranded on its cliffs and vulnerable for attack the next morning.
There are daily guided tours up the Thaba Bosiu plateau where the visitor has the opportunity to see the ruins of the Royal Village, the Mountain Sand Dunes as well as the grave of King Moshoeshoe I.
The Thaba Bosiu Cultural Village (TBCV) is a privately managed, multifaceted hospitality facility that has turned the Thaba Bosiu National Monument into a vibrant tourist destination. The TBCV comprises of a 41 chalet lodge with restaurant and bar, a conference facility for a variety of meetings and events, a site museum and traditional village as well as performance venues comprising of large grounds and an 800 seat amphitheatre.
For any tourist to Lesotho, the Thaba Bosiu Cultural Village is a "must see" destination for a contemporary, yet uniquely Lesotho experience.
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