Comprehesive conservation and preservation of fauna and flora

A place to remember

Snake Park is unique in Lesotho, not only because it is the country's only snake park, but because you can also get your car washed while you visit the anacondas, endemic puff adders and spitting cobras. Oh, and the eccentric, local herpetologist who owns the place also keeps bees. And the first chief of Qacha's Nek used to live in a cave above where the snakes are kept.

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SNAKEPARK abides by the rules of Tourism which is ethical, fair and a positive experience for both travellers and the people and places they visit. To ensure tourism always benefits local people by challenging bad practice and promoting better tourism

What makes Snake Park different from other tourist attraction in Lesotho

Snake Park is unique in Lesotho, not only because it is the country's only snake park, but because you can also get your car washed while you visit the anacondas, endemic puff adders and spitting cobras. Oh, and the eccentric, local herpetologist who owns the place also keeps bees. And the first chief of Qacha's Nek used to live in a cave above where the snakes are kept.

LOVE OF QACHA

The heart of Snake Park, the love of Qacha'S nek

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THE SNAKE

Our snakes are categorised into different families, although we have local & foreign snakes

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REDWOODTREE

Red Wood Tree is a unique tree which is the first and only tree in Africa but found at Snake Park Qacha 's nek in Lesotho.

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