Lesotho is a fairly homogeneous country in South African. Its people speak Sesotho and English. The land is entirely above 1,000 meters high, which is unique in the world. The climate is relatively cool. Agriculture, livestock, manufacturing, and mining are important industries, and subsistence farming is common for households. Water and diamonds are the biggest natural resources. You can explore remote trails, going from village to village on horseback or by foot. Ts'ehlanyane National Park has the only indigenous forest in the country, and the Bokong Nature Reserve has wetlands, rock shelters, and bearded vultures. You can explore native art at the Liphofung Cave Cultural Historical Site, or modern crafts at local markets in the lowlands. Pasta, rice, maize, and sorghum are important starches. You will frequently see avocados, potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage, and celery. Lamb is perhaps the most popular meat, but so are venison, ostrich, and impala. Fish and seafood are even more varied, and you can find lobster, oysters, and mackerel. If you like meat or smoked fish, you can have them topped with peanut sauce, eggplant sauce, tomato sauce, or spinach sauce. Coconut rice is a common dish and mealie-Meal, or cornmeal cakes, are served on all holidays. Enjoy a sip of refreshing ginger beer or the unusual-sounding ting, which here is a liquid-y fermented porridge. Chefs in Lesotho are happy to serve local dishes to foreigners who are tasting them for the first time.