Perhaps the most visited rock painting site in the Gaborone area, the paintings are spread over five separate parts of the cliff face. Images include giraffe, antelope, human figures and geometric designs, all of which date between 1,100 and 1,700 AD. In all likelihood, they were made by Khoe (click-speaking) herders. Gazetted as a National Monument, the site is fenced, but you can only gain entry through the custodian.
At the south end of the village stands Livingstone's Tree, under which the explorer is said to have preached. This old, massive fig tree – also fenced-off – rests on its branches that now reach the ground.