Maseru, the national capital, is situated 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the north of Mafeteng, while Lesotho is 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the east.
Those who long to see more of this region, can go a little further and check out the other places to stop in the vicinity. Nkau, lays 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest, and Maseru is situated 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the south.
If the weather forecast means you don't want to be outside, visit Lesotho's craft workshops.
Shore fishing and bird watching are just a few of the other activities in the Lesotho area. Visitors who prefer getting off the main tourist trail will love the area's guided nature walks.
Delve into the culinary arts of Lesotho by learning about the food that is eaten here. Two ingredients typically found in a number of Lesotho dishes are cassava and fish. Pap-pap (boiled cornmeal dish) and makoenya (fried cakes) are much-loved meals worth trying. Milk tart (made from condensed milk), a good way to wrap up your meal. Kick back and enjoy a Maluti Beer while you are here. It is one of the region's most common beers. If you feel as though you'd like something refreshing, tea might be perfect.
The most convenient major airport, Moshoeshoe I International Airport, is located in Maseru, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast of Mafeteng, which is handy to remember when booking your vacation.