Sehlabathebe National Park – South Africa

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Sehlabathebe National Park - South Africa
Sehlabathebe National Park

Sehlabathebe National Park is the only national park in Lesotho designed to protect the Drakensberg Mountains. It was founded in 1970. The Sehlabathebe National Park covers an area of ​​6,500 hectares. On its territory there are many karst caves and small African savannas covered with tree-like heather.

Sehlabathebe National Park - South Africa
Sehlabathebe National Park

The Sehlabathebe National Park is inhabited by a hyena, a bearded eagle, an antelope, a black heron, a fox and other species of animals and birds. Trout is found in reservoirs.


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