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Our best ever camping experience - We drove from capital city Gaborone to Mabuasehube, the shortest route is to use the cutline from Kokotsha, it will take you straight to Mabuasehube, it has clear direction signs, the route is about 200km shorter than the Tsabong...More
As alway's the best place to visit. Camped at Khiding, Mapya en Letsolohago.
Clean camp sites was a pleasure. Lots of sightings of Lions, Cheeta, Leopard and Hayena. Spotted and Brown.
Birds of Pray were scarce as we were there at the end of May...More
All you get is an A Frame on concrete where you can setup your kitchen. At this campsite you have the luxury of a toilet - long drop - and a shower with wash basin at the back. Look up Wikepedia for the definition of...More
We spend 9 days in the Kagaligadi Transfrontier Park. The highlight was the trip to Mabuasehube. We went from Nossob to Mabua and spend 1 night at Matopi 2. Next time I would take the rout via Tshabong. The 4x4 sand trail is demanding and...More
Wonderful wilderness area with abundant natural attraction but very poorly maintained. Rubbish bins are emptied sometimes and that's it! Long drops are disgusting - " we have no chemicals" we were told. Showers and taps mostly broken. No water in most places - not all...More
I do recommend you try and stay there an extra night. The experience is just awesome and it's almost guaranteed. Remember, bush camping is allowed in Bots should you need to. Keep you eye out and have water always ready... More
I do recommend you try and stay there an extra night. The experience is just awesome and it's almost guaranteed. Remember, bush camping is allowed in Bots should you need to. Keep you eye out and have water always ready in your car :) You will need it. I am NOT in favour of tents on the roof of the vehicle, 'cos then you are limited in your movement.