The Katse Dam is located in Lesotho, in the central Maluti Mountains on the Malibamatso River, it is now the largest double curvature dam in Africa. It is part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, which will eventually include five large dams in remote rural areas; as a possible means of supplementing the water supply to Lesotho.
The deep lake formed by the dam may hold 2 billion cubic meters of water, but the narrow, winding reservoir has an area of only 35.8 square kilometers. This small surface area minimizes evaporation loss.
Without a doubt, you will be able to contemplate the immensity of Lesotho, surrounded by lush vegetation, the enormous size of this dam and the beauty of the water discharge of this masterpiece.