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In the middle of just no where, when you get down the steep slope you will discover 4 mud houses built inside a cave. Amazing place and worth visiting. Family can enjoy the bewilderment and thrill after hearing the story how these women happened to...More
I went there with my friends from maseru. We rented a normal car not a 4x4 and managed to get to the place, but if you travel from maseru dont take the road via Sefikeng. It's not tarred and takes a long time.
It would be recommended to go with a guide as he/she can tell you the rich history of these 5 cave homes and about the big snake and which tribe represents which home.
Also, wear comfortable shoes as you need to walk down the mountain...More
That a shame! Ha Kome Caves is terribly hard to find.
I found this place just in the afternoon and none available to bring us to the caves.
When we asked to some locals people how to reach the place, they laughed to us.
Not terribly easy to find, but really interesting. Use your GPS to find the rough, steep, and severely rutted dirt road leading down to the welcome center and gift shop. The day we were there, we were the only people the entire day who made...More
How do we find you from Teyateyaneng? We are going to Teyateyaneng today to visit the weavers and wanted to make a trip to the caves. What do we put in our GPS to get to your caves? Do you have an address we can use?
10 November 2015|
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Response from ChrisShearerCooper | Reviewed this property |
I think we used the GPS coordinates we found on the golesotho page:
Ha Kome Caves S 29º 14' 38.2 E 027º 52' 00.2