How to Get a Tourist Visa for Lesotho

Lesotho Tourist Visa

Lesotho Tourist Visa

Lesotho is one amazing country.  I remember when I was living in Johannesburg, South Africa, I took a 5 hour drive to Lesotho just to say I have been. What happened?  My tires almost burst, and I got stuck in the middle of a snow squall. If you are one of the adventurous, like myself, get yourself a 4×4 and head out to Lesotho.

Below are the steps on how to get a tourist visa for Lesotho (note, no visa needed if you are a U.S. citizen).

Go to my Lesotho visa page to see information on other types of visas for Lesotho.

Find your closest consulate
  • If you’re outside of the U.S. click here.
  • If you’re inside the U.S.: The consulate you will have to use is located in Washington D.C.:

Embassy of Lesotho in Washington D.C.

Gather documentation
US Visa fees
  • Double check the latest visa fee at the embassy or consulate you found in the earlier step.
  • You can pay using cash, money order or company check.
  • If you decide to get a money order, I recommend you go to your nearest Post Office and get a U.S. Postal Service Money Order
Submit materials

Submit your materials from Step 2 with the visa fee you got in Step 3 to the consulate you found in Step 1.

Receive your visa

Congratulations!  The embassy/consulate will return to you your passport with visa

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