I'll assuming these are PORTRAIT shots. Half of 43 exposures (2 rows) is around 21. A 24mm lens is pretty wide to begin with 84 degrees x 53 degrees.
Without overlap you'd have 1,113 degrees. With 30 percent overlap on each side would leave 445 degrees?
To add something (since I mostly do this type of panorama and almost no 360 :-) ): This kind of panorama can be done with almost all types of lenses. For picking details of landscape I have often used tele lenses up to 300mm length. It is simply try and find-out. The other thing is that (given there is enough light) it is not always necessary to use a tripod. When I have been on hikes, I don't always have one with me, with some expirience you can do this panos free hand (especially when they are single row). So its just a matter of going out and trying it.