Butha-Buthe is named after a huge and beautiful Mountain range Butha-Buthe, is a colonial town in Lesotho, located close to the South African border. Being a border settlement town, this place is mainly visited by many traders for cross-border business transactions. Founded by the ruler King Moshoeshoe I, in the early 19th century, it’s unban settlement in a vital trading post of the country. This district is a must visit tourist destination in the country.
Tourists can better experience and explore the culture, traditions and heritage of Lesotho, through this beautiful town of Butha-Buthe. The glimpses of the local handicrafts of this district can be seen at the Craft Centre, where visitors will find some excellent and intricate designs and exhibits of local handicraft. Visiting the places of interest in Butha-Buthe is never far and the mountain summit here is an exceptional beauty, offering amazing views and natural vistas.