The world's largest inland delta, Okavango Delta (also known as Okavango Swamp) is formed by the emptying of the Okavango River into the Kalahari Desert at the place where an ancient lake once sat. An immensely wildlife-rich expanse of islands, islets and lagoons (many of which change shape and even disappear with the coming of every annual flood season), Okavango is home to many safari camps, most of which aren't reached by road but rather by small airplane from Maun, the area's main village.
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5 based on 669 reviews
Moremi is a destination that all lovers of the great outdoors should experience in their lifetime. It offers the most rustic camping experience in the bush- no boundaries, to the most luxurious of accommodation. Catering for all pockets and preferences.
Abundant bird & wildlife means that you don't have to look far to spot what you're after.
4 based on 271 reviews
The place is just on the out-skirts of the city of Gaborone and will give you the glimpse of Botswana Natural Wildlife. If you are in Gaborone and are just tired of the normal city life and would love to interact with nature without spend time on travelling to Botswana natural wildlife places far from Gaborone then Mokolodi is your place. Take a drive to see some of the wild animals and relax over a meal and drinks before heading back to Gaborone.
The tour staff are very knowlegable and will always make every trip exciting by explaning the behaviour characteistics of animals you get to see.
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Botswana is where the white-hot Kalahari Desert meets the wild Okavango River delta in an explosion of green that shelters and feeds some of the continent's most prolific wildlife. And hidden in the searing sand is one of the world's richest sources of diamonds.Sun International's luxury Hotel, Casino and Conference Centre in Botswana is another glittering diamond. The Gaborone Sun located in the capital City of Gaborone, offers world travellers and business people a sophisticated conference centre and meeting place with the added advantage of a premium casino.Travellers are drawn by the promise of high adventure; to a place that exposes all who visit the extremes of the African interior. Africa is the most alluring continent on earth and Botswana is the sorcerer.The Gaborone Sun's hotel rooms provide a home-from-home feel where you can relax or catch up quietly on some after hours work. The beautiful rooms in their soft African-hued furnishings offer a serene escape from the bustle of the boardroom or the excitement of the casino.The hotel dates back to the seventies and has been extensively refurbished and refined. Accommodation includes a total of 196 rooms including 1 Standard paraplegic room, 1 luxury paraplegic room, a palatial Presidential Suite, 3 suites, 38 luxury rooms and 152 Executive Rooms.Take a tour of our property and see what we can offer you. No matter if you visit us for business or pleasure, if you stay for a month or just stop over for a night on your way into Botswana, we would love to welcome you home. It will be our pleasure to have you as our guest.
4 based on 74 reviews
We spent a day at the park. Rode the train and all available rides, but the rollercoaster was the most exciting. The "beach and water slides" provided a lot of excitement. The food was good and very affordable. The park keeps only five lions but...MoreGood day, Thank you for your review of our facility. Kind Regards, Dewald
5 based on 17 reviews
A visit to ISKCON temple, which is very close to Gaborone CBD gets you to a smooth start for a Sunday Morning. You can experience the peaceful atmosphere there, enjoy the exquisite Architecture and if you are a believer of GOD, do prayer and meditate. They have recently started the Sunday Breakfast, which is priced right. They offer good vegetarian meal to start the day.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I used to live at 227 Independance Avenue and walk past the lively church on way to Thornhill School. It used to have functions and community events also.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Not really impressive but definitely in a folksie way. The guide we had was full of stories and anecdotes, all very interesting. The footprints themselves are interesting in that no one seems to know exactly how old they are or even who did them. Very interesting rock formations in the area. Worth visit if you get the right guide. The gates were locked when we arrived luckily my daughter had the number for the guide and he came immediately.
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