Let’s Explore with Tsela Tours and Adventure

By Nvulane Nhlapo

Tsela Tours and Adventure
Tsela Tours and Adventure

If your idea of fun and adventure involves getting lost with a group of travel enthusiasts then you should by now have Tsela Tours and Adventure on top of your list.

Tsela Tours and Adventure started in 2015 as a group of individuals who had a vision to become a company. Their first tour was from Maseru to Maletsunyane waterfall and it attracted 9 potential tourists including trip organizers.

All of these domestic tourists didn’t know each other but took a risk of traveling together to Maletsunyana Falls, Semonkong.

The organizers saw a need to have a name as way of differentiation. The 2 organizers cracked their heads and came up with the name ‘Tsela’ which originates from the founders nicknames. Tsela was found meaningful because it refers to path, and the intention is to travel everywhere starting in Lesotho.

Thereafter, Tsela has managed to visit several popular tourist destinations in all 10 districts of Lesotho. While touring some attractive destinations in Lesotho, Tsela attracted some international tourists who are now loyal clients to the company.

We’ve all heard the saying, ‘if the tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?’ much the same way, with a plethora of breath-taking tourism destinations around Lesotho but with no intended audience, do they garner any visits?

Without a proper network in place, travel agencies and tourist attraction places are leaving both money and credibility on the shelf.

Tsela Tours and Adventure aspires to become a well-known tourism agency with excellent services, creating lifetime memories for all its clientele.

We are starting to see a groundswell of support for domestic tourism and Tsela Tours and Adventure has evidently shown a clear vision on the practice and promotion of sustainable tourism while creating desirable tours around Lesotho for both the locals and expatriates.

Tsela Tours and Adventure has successfully hosted more than 20 tours in Lesotho, 2 camping visits in different destinations and 1 international tour. Tsela has also gone in full blow to revitalize their corporate image. They just re-branded.

Above and beyond, they are currently renting an office space where clients can be assisted 5 days a week.

To add to the list of their services, Tsela owns camping equipment which is available for hire to individuals or companies. Furthermore, they gave an internship to 5 students for a duration of 5 months.

2017 has brimmed with all good things for Tsela Tours and Adventure and it’s important to highlight on them. We’re just jealous!

Here are some of the highlights of the tours Tsela Tours and Adventure staged throughout 2017:

  1. Outdoor Activities at Durham Link (18 clients). These involved leisure activities whose aim was to engage with clients on extreme sports activities as a way of knowing one another better.
  2. An adventure tour at Maletsunyane Falls (42 Clients) – Leisure, Sightseeing, Pony-trekking and hiking down to the fall.
  3. Outdoor activities with University students (30 students) at Katse area as way of recreation after sitting for exams.
  4. Recreation tour at Durban (14 clients) where they had a chance to tour the city and engage in different recreation activities for 2 days.
  5. Outdoor activities at Matukeng (16 clients) – Hiking, sightseeing, and horse riding.
  6. Outdoor activities at Durham Link (48 Adults and 5 children) for extreme water sports activities.
  7. Sehlaba-Thebe World Heritage Site (16 clients). Activities included hiking, camping and sightseeing.
  8. Msc Cruising – Oh Ship (2 clients) from Durban to Mozambique, going for leisure and recreation.


Looking into the future, Tsela cannot reveal all the planned tours just as yet, but most importantly, there is a move to incorporate more SADC tourism destinations on their 2018 calendar and beyond.


Tsela Msc Cruise 2018 (November 16, 2018)

  1. Booking price is M3050 per person sharing (ticket) and the balance will be settled booking confirmations are made
  2. Tsela Package price is M6050 (ticket + transport from Maseru to Durban and back)
  3. Leaving Thursday late and coming back late next Monday
  4. Cruise takes 3 nights and 4 days from Durban to Mozambique
  5. For more info contact: Leluma 00266 58030797 or Tsepo 0026657759775