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Raul Gonzales

"I like the idea of that global platform where I can meet a lot of global-minded people interested in expat issues, foreign affairs and life abroad. "

Hello and Welcome to Our Expat Community in Maseru!

Dumelang! And a warm welcome to the InterNations Maseru Community for expats! Here at InterNations, our network is designed to make your transition into life as a Maseru expat easier. Whether you've just arrived or you're yet to take the plunge, the chances are you'll have questions about healthcare, finances, finding a home, and more. Our members are happy to answer to the best of their knowledge, and once you've been in town for a while, you can share your own experiences and the knowledge you've gained by making some contributions, too, helping out new arrivals.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you move to another city or go on a business trip somewhere — our communities are there to make you feel at home wherever you are in the world. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Mumbai or Doha.

Join Our Exciting Events in Maseru

Attend our monthly events and activities for Maseru expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Find More Information in Our Maseru Expat Guides

  • Moving to Maseru

    Maseru, Lesotho, might not be an obvious expat destination, but life there might just surprise you! Check out our InterNations Expat Guide for relevant information about moving to Maseru; from visa regulations to the local climate, we’ve got you covered.
  • Living in Maseru

    Maseru is the capital city of the African Kingdom of Lesotho. Expats living in Maseru can look forward to taking advantage of various outdoor pursuits in and round Maseru. In this article, we have summarized some of the cultural highlights and take a look at safety concerns and education options.
  • Working in Maseru

    Most expats working in Maseru are employed in the NGO and diplomatic sectors. Other job opportunities are centered on education, retailing, and the tourism industry. Learn more about the local economy and income taxation, and get tips on the job hunt with this article.

Exchange Tips about living in Maseru

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Maseru expat forums.

Find Out What Maseru Has to Offer to Expats

As a low-key city that is constantly expanding, Maseru isn't necessarily a first choice destination for expats. However, that doesn't mean it has nothing to offer its new arrivals. The shops are well-stocked, the climate is temperate, and the cost of living is low, making it a favorable destination for those who're looking for something different. In addition to its scenic landscapes, Maseru features an array of international schools, including the American International School of Lesotho. As rental apartments are in short supply, they are often more expensive than those in other areas of Africa. However, eating out is typically cheap, and you can't beat restaurants like Piri Piri for excellent seafood. For fantastic healthcare, try the Maseru Private Hospital.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 390 cities across the globe. Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Bangalore or Seoul, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Grow Your Network of Fellow Expats in Maseru

Here at InterNations, we offer a network for like-minded expatriates in Maseru and elsewhere around the world. Before you arrive, you can use our community to gather tips that'll make your life easier. With polite conduct and openness towards other cultures, you can become a valued member of our community. Once our friendly members have answered your burning questions, why not come and meet them in person? Create your own group based around a hobby and interest and get together with fellow Maseru expats who share them.

Raul Gonzales

"I like the idea of that global platform where I can meet a lot of global-minded people interested in expat issues, foreign affairs and life abroad. "

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