Bokong Nature Reserve is a paradise for hikers in Lesotho. The reserve stretches between 2800 and 3200 meters above sea level, and the biggest attraction is Lepaqoa Falls. This waterfall originates from the river of the same name, and its height is about 60 meters. The landscapes are mostly mountain pastures and valleys, which attract various species of animals, most notably the Vaal rhebok. Bokong Nature Reserve is also a habitat for endangered Cape cultures. Visitors use this reserve as a starting point for multi-day hikes 32 kilometers long to Ts’ehlanyane National Park.