The Lesotho Government has re-introduced visa-free entry for Romanians travelling to the country. The decision was taken by the Deputy Prime Minister, Mothetjoa Metsing during his official visit to Romania last week. Romania is the second country in Europe that benefits from this facility after Namibia. The Lesotho Government has re-introduced visa-free entry for Romanians travelling to the country. The decision was taken by the Deputy Prime Minister, Mothetjoa Metsing during his official visit to Romania last week. Romania is the second country in Europe that benefits from this facility after Namibia.
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LESOTHO VISA REQUIREMENTS
- Passport is valid for travelling with a valid term that is at least 6 months past your expected term in Lesotho.
- Schedule for a recent passport picture
- Letter of invitation or accommodation reservations asking the arrival in the Kingdom of Lesotho
- The employer's statement of invitation indicating the commercial purpose for the travel
- a bank statement/proof of cash adequate to support your expenditures
- A yellow fever immunisation card indicating a recent vaccination.
- It is advised to the visitors to purchase travel insurance.
BEST TIME TO VISIT LESOTHO
During the summers and winters, Lesotho endures harsh weather. Lesotho's winter lasts between May and September, and its summertime lasts from April to October. Heavy snow and degrees around zero are common during the winter months, with June and July becoming the coolest. Summer in Lesotho, but on the other side, is warm and humid, with January and February being the hottest months and receiving the most rainfall. During the summer, temperatures range from 15 to 35 degrees Celsius. Lesotho's summertime is pleasant and not even that humid to venture outside, despite the higher degrees. Lesotho is best visited during the summertime period of October and April when there is lots of sunshine and nice evenings. If you prefer to prevent the storms while still enjoying lovely weather and a variety of tourism activities, the best season to visit is between October to December, or after the rainy season, in March - April.
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WHAT TO DO AT THE WEEKEND IN LESOTHO
It's no surprise that Maseru's nightclub falls short of that of South Africa's large cities, and if you're prepared to look for it, you'll find it. Several of the city's main 5 stars hotels have discos and even casinos, making them attractive choices for anyone seeking a weekend out. Maseru Club is an expensive sports and "gentleman's bar" located on United Nations Road in Maseru. Its "membership exclusively" classification is weakly maintained, but it's filled with foreigners and businesspeople. Performing arts is available in some restaurants and hotels. There seem to be a number of theatres in the region.
Lesotho's evenings, particularly in the mountains, are rather cool. Bring plenty of warm clothing! Even the smallest sections of Lesotho are in the Drakensberg hill range's slopes. It can get quite chilly, particularly in the winter. Note that perhaps the climates differ from those in the United States and Europe, so dress appropriately. Add a warm sleeping bag, a lantern, and a water filter to clean water from waterways if visitors intend on walking for several days. Also, don't forget to bring some decent mountaineering boots. If you're too cold, a Basotho shawl, which is used both by males and females in Lesotho, can be purchased.
The Maloti is Lesotho's principal currency, and it is linked to the South African Rand. African Rand is the currency of Africa. Maloti and South African Rand are used similarly. Maloti is exclusively sold in Lesotho which is not available in Many Countries. To use the Visa or Mastercard networks, world currencies can be converted for Maloti and Rand at most resorts, financial institutions and Atm, and forex offices throughout Lesotho. Hotel, community banks, and exchange bureaus are all places where travellers' checks can be converted.
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If you’re planning a trip to Lesotho, you will need an entry visa. Depending on your nationality, the procedure for obtaining this document can vary significantly. The process is not difficult and will allow you to enjoy the natural beauty of this country.
Click here: tourist visa online in Lesotho Romanians can visit Lesotho for ninety days on a tourist visa. To apply for visas to Lesotho, visitors must go to a consulate or embassy in the nation in which they are lawfully residing.
44 Days Visa Single Entry 90 Day 44 Days 10 - 12 Days 26.0USD 200.0USD
90 Days Visa Multiple Entry 180 Days 90 Days 10 - 12 Days 26.0USD 275.0USD
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