Arts and Crafts

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This delightful diversion is a recreated Hurutshe village offering accommodation (in traditional rondavels), arts, crafts and dancing, and Sunday brunch with local cuisine.
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Approximately 15 kms from Gaborone, this lovely village set amongst hills is wonderful for walking and exploring on foot.
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This picturesque village, situated southwest of Gaborone, is set amongst large granite boulders, the largest being Thamaga Hill. It is best known for its very beautiful pottery, of the same name, and...
Okavango Ceramics
Have you ever experienced that? That feeling that you stumbled upon a place that gave you goose bumps right away? That had so much coolness that you had to catch your breath from excitement? That is e...
Francistown
The second largest city in the country welcomes you with a handshake and a “Dumilani” (hello/good morning!). Home to many Kalanga natives and often referred to as the Capital of the North, Francistown...
Boasting a number of glorious climbing and hiking options, the most prominent being the ‘Lovers’ Hill,’ (‘Lentswe la Baratani’),Otse is a quaint but stunning village about 40 kilometres from Gaborone.
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Perhaps the most visited rock painting site in the Gaborone area.

Tourist Reviews

Fauluos Makgadikgadi Pans
This was our first stop on a safari trip to Botswana and to be honest we had not expected big things from this camp. How wrong we were, the accommodation, staff and food were all excellent and we were made to feel very much at home. As with many...

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English is an official language in Botswana. It is taught at schools, and is widely spoken in all urban centres. Even in rural areas, many local villagers (especially younger ones who have received schooling) w