Safari Places in Gaborone

Gaborone is the capital of Botswana, and also the largest and fastest growing city in the country. Gaborone is located at the South African border and access to the city is by road or air transfers. This capital city is the perfect transit destination and can act as an overnight stop.

Gaborone is an urban city, which is home to shopping malls and government buildings. On the outskirts of Gaborone lies the villages known as Phases and Extensions, ideal to visit for a first-hand cultural tour. The city is features modern buildings and architecture and is developing at a fast pace.

Gaborone accommodation is offered at luxury hotels. Activities in Gaborone includes golfing, sightseeing, cultural tours and game drives at reserves close Gaborone. See below for Gaborone hotels which offer a starting point for many Botswana safari tours.
Botswana
Southern Botswana : Gaborone
Peermont Mondior Gaborone exterior.

Peermont Mondior Hotel Gaborone

The Peermont Mondior is an inviting semi self-catering Gaborone hotel in Botswana, which is close to many of the major business centres. The hotel is an
Peermont Walmont at The Grand Palm.

Peermont Walmont at The Grand Palm, Gaborone

Peermont Walmont in Gaborone is located at the Grand Palm Resort, an upmarket, Las Vegas style casino. The Gaborone International Convention Centre is
Reception area.

Phakalane Golf Estate and Hotel Resort Gaborone

For pure golfing pleasure in a Botswana hotel, Phakalane Golf Estate and Hotel Resort provides a luxurious destination close to Gaborone
Avani Gaborone Hotel and Casino.

The Avani Gaborone Hotel and Casino, Gaborone, Botswana

Come and enjoy a memorable experience at this Gaborone hotel in Botswana. Avani Gaborone Hotel and Casino offers guests fantastic accommodation
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