Safety in Maseru

  • Travel Insurance: Before your trip, make sure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and theft. It’s a safety net that can provide peace of mind.

  • Emergency Contacts: Save local emergency numbers in your phone and keep a printed copy as well. The general emergency number in Lesotho is 123.

  • Stay Informed: Stay updated on local news and events, and be aware of any travel advisories or safety alerts issued for Lesotho.

  • Be Cautious in Crowds: Like in any major city, be mindful of your belongings in crowded areas, markets, and public transportation.

  • Avoid Flashy Displays of Wealth: To minimize the risk of theft, avoid displaying expensive jewelry, cameras, or electronic devices.

  • Use Reputable Transportation: Opt for licensed and reputable transportation services, whether it’s taxis, buses, or car rentals. Verify the identity of your driver before getting into a vehicle.


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Practical Information

Currency is the Lesotho Loti (LSL). English and Sesotho are spoken languages & variation of Culture.