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9am - Pick up from the hotel  and head to the Gaborone CBD, The starting point. City Tour highlights

THREE CHIEFS MONUMENT:The Three Dikgosi Monument is a bronze sculpture located in the Central Business District of Gaborone, Botswana. The statues depict three dikgosi (tribal chiefs): Khama III of the Bangwato, Sebele I of the Bakwena, and Bathoen I of the Bangwaketse.The monument features 5.4-metre (18 ft) tall bronze statues of three dikgosi, or chiefs, who played important roles in Botswana's independence: Khama III, Sebele I, and Bathoen I The three chiefs traveled to Great Britain in 1895 to ask Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and Queen Victoria to separate the Bechuanaland Protectorate from Cecil Rhodes's British South Africa Company and Southern Rhodesia (present-day Zimbabwe). Permission was granted, and meant that the Batswana remained under direct British rule until independence in the 1960s.

MAIN MALL & GOVERNMENT ENCLAVE: Gaborone’s first mall – often referred to as The Main Mall – is a pedestrian-only business and commercial centre that boasts some of the town’s oldest shops and office buildings, as well as one of its first hotels, The President Hotel. Although some buildings have been refurbished, most of the architecture remains the same.  At its top end, across the Nelson Mandela Road, sits the Government Enclave and the National Assembly; and at the opposite end are the Gaborone City Town Council offices. Shoppers will enjoy browsing the many outdoor stalls of African arts, crafts and curios that line the main walkway.

PASS THROUGH: National Stadium (Offering a 40 000 seating capacity) and The university of Botswana (he University of Botswana, established in 1982 has been closely involved in the national development process of Botswana.  Today the university, referred to with much admiration by locals as “Mma-Dikolo” (Mother of Universities), boasts nine faculties and a school for graduates, enroute to Tlhapong Visual arts;

Situated in the former magistrate’s house (1902), the Thapong Visual Arts Centre is home to Botswana’s young, gifted – and sometimes avant-garde – artists. In addition to the exhibitions it regularly stages, this very active centre also periodically offers art courses for children.

Also found in the same location, is The No. 1 Ladies Coffee House, named after Alexander McCall Smith’s Novel series ‘The Number one Ladies detective agency’. A quaint, art filled restaurant with lots of charm and innovative treats. The ingredients are super fresh with unexpected culinary combinations and its ambience makes sense with Thapong as its backdrop.

GABORONE DAM:he Gaborone Dam, the water source for Gaborone, is in a sense the foundation of Gaborone itself. In a dry region water is of crucial importance, and the fact that a large dam could be successfully created here was a necessary precondition for the growth of the city. It is located by the edge of the city, set among hills and dense bush, is the city's main water source, Gaborone Dam.

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Departure Time 9am

End Time 12 noon

Departure point: Traveler pickup is offered at all Major Hotels.

Return Details: Returns to original departure point

This experience requires a minimum number of travelers of 3. For one person or private tour Price will be P1050 for one.

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

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  • If eligible for Refund your Amount will be returned back to your Account within 7 working days.
  • In case an activity is canceled due to bad weather conditions, we guarantee you a full refund. However, if the activity operates and you decide not to go, you will be charged for the last minute cancellation amounting to 100%.
  • All refunds will be less bank charges and handling fee
  • In case of a “No Show” or in case you arrive late to an activity, the tour will leave on time and you will be charged for a last minute cancellation amounting to 100%.
  • Entrance tickets to Museums, national parks, Aquarium, Botanical garden, and tickets for special events are non-refundable in all circumstances.
  • If any member of your party is prevented from travelling, that person may transfer their place to someone else. In case the order was made on the name of the person who is prevented from travelling, you must inform us as soon as possible about this change and provide a name of the other person who will use the activity (so we can change the order on his name).
  • If you have a late or delayed arrival on the check-in date or only arrive the next day, make sure to (timely/promptly) communicate this with our Duty Officer. He/she can help you if needed with informing the supplier. We do not accept any liability or responsibility for the consequences of your delayed arrival or any cancellation or charged no-show fee by the supplier.

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