I joined this small group tour in June and had such an amazing day. I was picked up by my guide in Durban promptly at 6am for the long drive but briefly stopped at Pietermaritzburg to learn about the significance of this city. This was where Mahatma Ghandi was thrown off the train, on his way to Pretoria, and later sent to Prison Number Four in Joburg. There is a statue of Ghandi here, and not far from the statue was also the starting point of The Comrades Marathon, which was happening the next day. About 4hrs later, we arrived at the border then made our way up Sani Pass, which was a rough, bumpy, winding drive up the mountains, or as they call it an “African massage”. The views are absolutely spectacular! Our guide took us to a Masotho woman’s home in Sekiring Village in Lesotho, who then prepared some delicious fresh baked bread to share with us. It was great interacting with a local, as she shared her daily life with us. Before driving back to Durban, we had lunch & drinks at the Highest Pub in Africa at Sani Pass, surrounded by beautiful views. It's a long journey to get to Sani Pass & Lesotho but it's definitely worth a day trip!