© Roger Dugmore Safaris
The wildlife in Botswana moves freely across the country, which creates ample opportunity for guided walking safaris, but less so for more general walking. The guided Basarwa walks in the Kalahari region could be a real highlight for those...
Rising abruptly, and dramatically, from the Kalahari scrub bush – the rock face turning a copper colour in the dying sun – the magnetic power of Tsodilo Hills both captivates and mystifies. There is a...
The Lentswe-la-Oodi Weavers is a Swedish-initiated cooperative (1973) situated in Oodi village, approximately 20 kms north of Gaborone, on the Francistown Road.
Old Palapye is an important multicultural historical site containing artifacts from the Middle Stone Age, the Late Stone Age, the Early Iron Age, and in contemporary times, the 19th century capital of...
© Mark Tindale
Spectacular landscapes, rich and varied wildlife, and a host of historical, cultural and natural history attractions define this unique and very striking corner of northeastern Botswana.
This delightful diversion is a recreated Hurutshe village offering accommodation (in traditional rondavels), arts, crafts and dancing, and Sunday brunch with local cuisine.
Approximately 15 kms from Gaborone, this lovely village set amongst hills is wonderful for walking and exploring on foot.
Panorama of the 1921 Mochudi National School
Mochudi is the main village for Bakgatla tribe whose totem is a monkey. Bakgatla who migrated from present day South Africa in 1871 to escape Boer encroachment of their lands, settled at the base of P...
Often referred to as ‘Gateway to the Kalahari,’ Molepolole is a village that one passes on the way to Khutse Game Reserve. Home to the Bakwena people, on and off for the past four hundred years, their...
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...
Kanye LMS Church
Home of the Bangwaketse people who settled in the area in the mid- 19th century, Kanye is the longest continuously occupied capital village in Botswana. There are a number of interesting places to see...
The world’s richest diamond mine is situated in south-central Botswana, on the fringes of the Kgalagadi. Owned and operated by Debswana, a partnership between the diamond mining magnate DeBeers and...


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Okavango is a big deal
<p>Okavango river is a major river in that it flows to the Delta that creates flooding in March and June to feed the water starved wildlife of these huge reserves in Botswana and Namibia.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Reaching the mouth...

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