Lekhubu Island


A spectacular island managed by the Gaing-O trust in Mmatshumo, Lekhubu means a ridge in Sesarwa and Setswana and it’s found in the Makgadikgadi pans. The island was declared a tourist site in 1990.


Orapa Park

This was opened in 1985 by concerned members of the community, as a form of rehabilitation to the land after excessive use due to grazing and mining. The park now boosts animals such as giraffes, zebras, rhinos, wildebeest to name a few.


Boteti River

Boteti River is considered a natural watercourse in the country, which gets its water flow from the Okavango through the Thamalakane River in Maun. The river was hit by a dry spell in the 90’s but regained flow in the year 2010, when it flowed and brought life to the Boteti communities living along it. The river continues to flow, this all deriving from the availability of rains in the Southern continent of Africa.