We thought it would be helpful to visitors to look into the various options for tours across the Sani Pass. For the purposes of this article we are just going to look at ‘day tours’ and ‘overnight tours’. An important note for anyone taking one of these tours is to remember your passport and that it must be valid. Your passport is required at both the South African and Lesotho border posts.
Depending on the weather you will need anything from hats and sunscreen to warm clothes and of course don’t forget your camera. The ride up Sani Pass is a bumpy one and often referred to as the ‘African Massage’ but the SA roads department has made huge strides recently to improve sections of the road. Unless you have a 4×4 vehicle of your own the Sani Pass is not to be tried on a self-drive.