Natural Attractions

For those people looking for the ultimate safari experience and experience Botswana differently; this activity should not be missed! This excursion allows guests the opportunity to explore the more remote areas of the Okavango system from t...
Enjoy scenic flights over the Moremi that makes up the greatest experience in Botswana. Focus down onto the wildlife and surrounding natures that will forever change your perception of this timeless land while you enjoy the scenic flights o...
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Take a river cruise or a boating safari and experience nature at its best interaction – the river, the animals and the sunset! This activity is available in the Chobe River, Okavango Delta, Pan Handle and other areas in Botswana with a rive...
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This gem of a National Park has garnered a number of important distinctions. in 2008, it was voted the ‘best game reserve in Africa’ by the prestigious African Travel and Tourism Association at South...
For nature and wildlife lovers, Mokolodi is the closest excursion from Gaborone that offers a wide variety of activities for the entire family.
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Just after the village of Rasesa, this National Monument consists of a slab of sandstone pierced by two deep holes, as well as engravings.
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Sandwiched between the Chobe National Park to the east and the Okavango south, the extensive Kwando, Selinda and Linyanti concessions offer superb wildlife viewing – and terrain to rival the physical...
Khutse game Reserve is a favourite retreat for Gaborone visitors or residents.
The Khama Rhino Sanctuary (KRS) is a delightful stopover for tourists travelling by road to Botswana’s northern reserves
Gcwihaba is a fascinating underground labyrinthe of caverns and pits, linked passages, fantastical stalagmite and stalactite formations, and beautifully coloured flowstones that appear like waterfalls...
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Nothing prepares you for the immensity of this reserve, nor its wild, mysterious beauty.
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...

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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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Currency

The Botswana currency is the Pula (meaning ‘rain’ in Setswana).

It is divided into 100 thebe (meaning ‘shield’ in Setswana). Travellers’ cheques and foreign currency may be changed at banks, bureaux de c