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Malealea Cultural Village Walk

Local Basotho children will take you on your Malealea Cultural Village Walk to their village to show you their homes, places of interest and to give you a better understanding of the Basotho culture.

The Basotho originate from Lesotho and is also the main tribe in this landlocked country.

Income from the Malealea Cultural Village walk goes firstly to the Guides and the local schools, and the balance goes to the Malealea Development Trust.

Why do the Malealea Cultural Village Walk?

Directly support a local Basotho community in Malealea as they show you their homes, schools and culture

 

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