Sebothe Motel is located along the Ramatlabama-Kanye Road also known as the trans-Kalahari Highway linking Botswana, South Africa and Namibia. It is some 1.5 kilometres east of Metlojane Village Road Junction. Metlojane village is a typical Barolong Farms small and scattered settlements. However, the village has a primary school, a clinic with a staff nurse, a post office, kgotla, a shopping complex, bars, liquor restaurants, a butcher, a petrol station and a regular bus service linking the village with the towns of Lobatse, Gaborone and Francistown in the north and northeast; Kanye, Jwaneng and Ghanzi in the West and Mafikeng (South Africa) in the south. Metlojane is on the cross-road or junction of the trans-Kalahari and the Good Hope - Phitshane Molopo roads. We are therefore, at Sebothe lucky to be at the centre of a strategic location where we have become a meeting place for international visitors and travelers to different destinations in Botswana, South Africa and Namibia.