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5 Amazing spots for Chimpanzee Tracking in Uganda

Of all destinations to visit in East Africa, Uganda is one of a kind. With a diverse range of attractions, Uganda delights visitors with a number of things from favorable climatic conditions, impeccable hospitality services, and accessibility.

For first-timers, a trip to East Africa wouldn’t be complete without this center of natural wonder. That’s why it is easy to understand why even most customized safaris to Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo include a few days to Uganda.

Travelers have different interests, some come for the big game, Mountain hiking, Gorillas and others come for the man’s closest relatives – the chimpanzees.

For all primate enthusiasts, there is a lot to relish if you choose Uganda as your first stop for a once in a lifetime primate experience. Below are the top spots to include in your Uganda safari so that you enjoy spectacular chimps’ encounters in Uganda.

Kalinzu Forest Reserve

Kalinzu Forest Reserve is one of those untouched destinations that travelers often visit for Chimpanzees while in Uganda. This reserve is home to a range of primate species including chimps, blue monkeys, velvet, baboons, black and white Colobus monkeys. Kalinzu has a community of chimpanzees that are fully habituated and open to tracking excursions. Though Chimpanzee tracking is the main activity that draws adventurers.

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park is termed as the primate capital of Uganda. This forest park is inhabited by thirteen primate species including the chimpanzees. Other primates are grey-cheeked mangabey, red-tailed monkey, olive baboon, bush baby, red-tailed monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys. The main attraction for this park is chimps tracking, where a large number of chimps are open to public viewing. One can enjoy a both normal (last for 2 hours) and chimps habituation experiences (lasts up to 6 hours)

Budongo Forest Reserve.

Budongo is situated in the northwestern part of Uganda – part of the Murchison Falls conservation area. It has two major tourist sites that include Kaniyo Pabidi and Busingiro Ecotourism site. This reserve is known as a chimp’s habitant. Visitors to the forest engage in Chimpanzee tracking and forest walks.

Kyambura Gorge

Kyambura gorge sited in a valley is home to about sixteen habituated chimpanzees which are always available for the primate lover. Although they are rarely seen mostly in the dry season. In addition to chimp tracking, the gorge offers stunning views of vast landscapes and a few streams.

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.

Ngamba Island was mainly established to provide habitat to a number of rescued and orphaned chimpanzee primates. It is currently home to over 49 chimpanzees and can only accessed by a boat. Visitors to this protected area participate in chimpanzee feeding, care giving and volunteering.


Exploring Etosha National Park

Namibia is a country located in southwest Africa whose western border is the Atlantic Ocean. Namibia is officially known as Republic of Namibia. This large and mainly arid country shares its borders with Bostwana, Angola, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

This is the only country in this world to have protection of natural resources and address conservation. The Article 95 of the constitution states , “The State shall actively promote and maintain the welfare of the people by adopting international policies aimed at the following: maintenance of ecosystems, essential ecological processes, and biological diversity of Namibia, and utilization of living natural resources on a sustainable basis for the benefit of all Namibians, both present and future.”
Etosha National Park

The Etosha Game Park which was given the status of a National Park in 1907 is South Africa’s most important and finest park. This park covers extends and covers an area of 22,270 square km. The park is in fact the home for 340 bird species, 114 mammal species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and also one species of fish. For any holiday chart prepared for Namibia, Etosha Park will be a definite destination on it.

The term Etosha means “Great White Place”. The park is dominated by huge amount mineral pan. The part of the Kalahari Basin, which was originated around 1000 million years ago, is known is pan. One fourth of this National Park is covered by the Pan. The pan was in fact a lake fed by the River Kunene. But the lake dried up when the river course was changed some many years ago.

The pan is presently a large and dusty mixture of clay and salt which holds water on rainy days. However this temporary water attracts thousands of beautiful birds including the famous flocks of flamingos.

The game viewing is an excellent pleasure for eyes in this Park. The best time for this is from May to September- the cooler months in the country. Many buck species, elephants, giraffe, rhino and lions can also been seen in this wonderful Park. More fortunate visitors will see leopard and cheetah.

Camping & Lodging

Basically Etosha provides three rest camps to its visitors which are Namutoni, Halali and Okaukuejo. Tourist facilities such as a basic goods shop, a restaurant, a motor garage for basic repairs & fuel, a swimming pool and various ranks of camping & accommodation facilities are also available in each of these camps. Besides these, Onkoshi Camp, an eco-friendly luxury lodge inside Etosha, is also available for camping. Non-resident visitors to Etosha can stop off at these camps for rest, recreation, and refueling.

The Park is only open from sunrise to sunset and visitors either have to be in any of the camps, or completely outside the park beyond these hours. Also Etosha does not provide its own guided safaris. So if you need a guided safari you are either required to stay at one of the private lodging which offer this service or manually make private guided safari.
Park Essentials

The daily entrance fee is N$80 for foreign visitors and for a passenger vehicle (with 10 seats max) its N$10.


The Scintillating Socotra Islands

The amazing islands are a cluster of four little islands, floating on the Indian Ocean make for a great escape from all the city bustle and pressures associated with it. A truly delightful vacation spot it goes to be, filled with the goodness of sun-sand-surf activity.

The largest of the four clustered islands, the spectacular and scenic pleasure of Sonotra makes it the largest island of all the other three counterparts. This island takes about ninety-five percent of the land area together taken by other three.

About a distance of 150 miles from the Horn of Africa from the east, and separated by the Arabian Peninsula by about two hundred and forty miles from the southern side, this mesmerizing getaway is a secluded destination. The island boasts of such flora that can unarguably be found nowhere else in the world. Also, referred to as the ‘most alien looking place on planet’, one can understand.

These islands are also a part of the Republic of Yemen. Boasting a wide range of varied bio-diversity in the whole of the world, about ninety percent of the reptile species found over here cannot be seen elsewhere. The rich flora of the Socotra Islands are also true only to this beautiful location. With about eight hundred peculiar sorts of plants, no where in the world can they be found. So, all naturalists and nature enthusiasts and alike definitely have not something but a lot to look forward to from these amazing islands.

A very rare specie of tree called the Dragon;s Blood Tree attracts many a visitors befuddled at the uniqueness possessed by the tree. Very peculiar feature of the tree is the sap color of it, which is red in color and can be compared to blood. However, that sap is beneficial and has a medicinal property, which is also used as a dye. Compared with the blood of Abel, many wounds can be seen on the trunk and bark of the tree, which makes the sight even deadly.

However, that was not all. The great animal life found over the islands are peculiar to its own. With six hundred and eighty different species of fish and another two hundred and thirty species of amazing hard coral, four hundred and ninety peculiar types of mollusk, one will surely feel like they’ve come to an all new land.

Although, apart from the rich flora and fauna which makes the place so exquisite; there’s something more to this paradise of a destination. The scenic splendors of the Socotra Islands are so great that the islands can easily be regarded as one of the greatest locations high on natural bounty. Aptly called as the alienated place of earth, the islands also boasts some of the greatest historically significant monuments, awesome beaches with crystal waters, and a great time more than anything.

All those who seek a holiday which means quite a getaway from the world to a whole new place, they certainly and undoubtedly need to come and rewind at this very place. With an insignificant number of populace with only sixty thousands residents, the locals primarily speak in Arabic and Socotri. Much influenced by the Arabian and African culture, it’s a dream come true vacation spot for any traveler.


Exploring Benin – An Undiscovered Gem

Benin is a virtually unknown country because of its size. It is a tiny nation in West Africa that has Togo and Nigeria in its vicinity. The nation has recently come into the lime light in travel and tourism circles as it contains some of the best sights and attractions for travelers.

The national parks, museums and other locations here make for an exceedingly rewarding destination for travelers. The UNESCO declared the ancient town of Abomey as a world heritage site. The site is one of the most important in entire West Africa.

Benin has a number of sites that are extremely interesting. You will not find many facilities or five star resorts here, but if you can do without some comforts, Benin will promise you an incredibly rewarding experience.

Porto Novo is the capital city. It has a colorful history and a huge number of sights. You will find that the city has a great number of Brazilian influences right from the food, to the architecture to other facets.

Aborney is one of the most notable locations in entire Western Africa. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Dohomey in the olden times.


Extravagance of Mauritius

Mauritius is a fascinating island, famous for its sandy white pristine beaches. This tropical luxury island, stupendous destination, famed for its pleasant climate, hospitable and friendly residents and long list of things that you can do. Regarded as one of the best of places for wedding and honeymoon, Mauritius has its own charm.

On my very first day at Mauritius, I just fell in love with the island for its cleanliness and pristine beaches. The morning jog at the beach was superb, after which we rested in chair lounge. After swimming and sun bathing, we had breakfast. Hotel had planned a complimentary tour for us. We went to Port Louis, Mauritius capital. Such impression it made on us, backdrop of the lush mountains, ahead lays the magnum of Indian Ocean. We had savoury snacks at Bombay Sweets Mart. After which we went to Pere Laval’s Shrine which is Pilgrim’s place for all Mauritians. The church was so beautiful.

Domaine Les Pailes was another destination that we went. We choose to tour the place on horse carriage. That itself was so romantic. Initially as sugar estate, now has been turned into a theme park which is a cultural and a heritage centre. We saw a traditional ox-driven sugar’s mill, a distillery of making of rum, a spice garden, children’s playground and there was this quad-biking circuit for fun. There were many upmarket restaurants.

From far off we saw the very famous Champ de Mars racecourse of the Mauritius. Heading to Central Market we saw the locals there. Selling there were authentic food of Mauritius, fruits and vegetables, which we bought to taste. And yummy, juicy and delicious they were. Also we bought many souvenirs from there. We bought Malagasy handicrafts of Dodo bird replicas, wood crafted work, and Mauritius theme inspired t-shirts. We got things cheap here, then that of big branded shops. But definitely we had to bargain hard.

After that we head back to hotel, so that we could rest. There after we decided to have fun at Grand Baie a cosmopolitan part of Mauritius, definitely a classy town, famous for its resorts and nightlife. Though its quoted as bad at times but the place is definitely popular. Grand Baie has quality food to offer, varieties in shopping and more. Buddha Club is the most happening nightspot in Grand Baie and we heard good reviews about this people from lots of people in hotel, and from people in town. And did we enjoy? Yes we enjoyed so much there. Dress code is smart casual dress. And man, there were so many cool looking people out there. Crowd was so awesome. And drinks they serve was good too. And we were in luck as we went on Friday, its said the place simply sizzles on Friday and Saturday nights. Buddha Club has three dance floor and feet stepping music going on. We danced so much that next day my feet were sore. But most important we both loved it.


CNN Names Bwindi Forest the Most beautiful Place Around the World

The Cable News Network (CNN) has named Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest as the most beautiful place around the world on their list of 25.

According to the American news-based pay television channel writer Joe Minhane, the forest situated on a a series of steep ridges and valleys in the south western part of Uganda has a biodiversity that extends far beyond its most famous inhabitants.

Mountain Gorillas
Mountain Gorillas; the top attractions in Bwindi Forest

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is one of the last reboudts of the mountain Gorilla. Over 400 call this UNESCO-protected national park home with the chance for visitors do mountain Gorilla trekking and meet habituated groups.. It biodiversity extends far beyond its most famous inhabitants” Joe Minhane wrote.

Joe’s list of the world’s spectacular places was based on the world full of hidden and overt beauty in every corner and it was part of celebrating of Earth day, rounding up the best from African forests to vast Latin American deserts, watery Balkan paradises to ancient middle East cities.

Rivers in Bwindi
One of the water Streams in Bwindi Forest

Beauty is also suspective. It would be possible to get a unanimous decision on the most beautiful places around the world but we think this list is a good start to plan your travel” He added.

Brief Insight on Bwindi Forest

The famous Bwindi Forest National Park is home to more than half of the world’s remaining population of mountain Gorillas offering a number of Uganda Safari adventures including Gorilla Tracking, Gorilla habituation, bird watching, hiking, nature walks and cultural tours among others.

The park is estimated to inhabit over 500 individuals of these endangered creatures with about 19 gorilla families divided into four tracking sectors; Rushaga, Ruhija, Buhoma and Nkuringo.

The biologically diverse nature of Bwindi Forest also provides a number of other attractions to see including over 10 species of other primates like chimpanzees, Hoest’s, red-tailed and blue monkey, black and white Columbus, olive baboon, 310 butterflies’ species, 88 moths, 200 trees, 357 bird species, 51 reptiles and 120 types of mammals among others.

Other Places on the List

Other places that were mentioned are Samburu in Kenya, Morocco’s Mount Toubkal, Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay, Phillipines’ El Nido, New Zealand’s Rotorua, Australia’s Kata Tjuta, The Maldives among others.


Exploring Carthage: An Urban Delight in Tunisia

Carthage Tunisia has an enviable location. Carthage Tunisia is situated on a peninsula, which is in the shape of an arrow. The city of Carthage served as an important city during Roman times. It became a focal point of early Christianity. Ruins of Carthage can be viewed from Tunis, which is situated in present-day Tunisia.

Carthage Tunisia is not a sacred destination. It has a paucity of surviving temples. Ancient Carthage has played the role of a pagan city, a primary center of Christianity, and the abode of Tertullian and St Cyprian.

Carthage Tunisia previously served as a trading town for Phoenicians. The Romans conquered and destroyed Carthage during the Punic Wars. In BC 44, Julius Caesar created a Roman city in Carthage. It became a central port in the Mediterranean region. Nearly 300,000 individuals inhabited the city during the 3rd century. During this time, Carthage was second only to Rome.

Carthage became a sort of a magnet for trade, foreign visitors, and refugees. Carthage was deeply attached to the culture and civic life of Rome. Many gods were worshipped in Carthage. Tanit and Ba’al Hammon are the most important ones. The priests of Carthage did not sport a beard, unlike the inhabitants. The city saw various rituals and rites, such as rhythmic dancing. These rituals have been derived from Phoenician customs. Goddess Astarte was extremely popular during early time. Several gods were worshipped from neighboring Greece and Egypt.

A Christian community flourished in Carthage Tunisia in AD 200. Tertullian wrote largely for a pagan audience in AD 197. He claimed that Christians have occupied all places amongst you. Carthage held a council of nearly 70 bishops. The Council at Carthage confirmed the Biblical canon for the Church in the west.

Donatist Schism symbolized a major rift in the Christianity of Northern Africa. It was born in AD 312. It officially ended in the Gargilian Baths in AD 411. It drew the attention of St Augustine of Hippo and other prominent theologians.

Vandals occupied the city during the 5th century. However, major portions of the city were still under barbarian rule. Numerous public structures fell into utter ruin. Several church buildings, private homes, and baths were renovated and adorned with beautiful mosaics and sculpture.

The economy of Carthage collapsed in AD 650 while its harbors were rendered useless. Arabs captured the city in AD 698. Carthage Tunisia presently is home to only ruins.

Theatres, villas, baths, and temples, belonging to the Roman era, are Carthage’s primary attractions. The ruins of the amphitheatre and the thermal Antonine Baths are the highlights of the region. They are amongst the largest baths constructed by the Romans.

Cities Destinations

The Super Swanky City of Monte Carlo – Monaco

Think of Monaco, and there the vision of some of the most luxurious havens of sea; the exorbitantly priced yachts illuminating the crystal shores of the Monte Carlo are etched. The image stands vivid on the mind of the traveler who likes to travel, but with a generous dash of class and a hint of luxury.

The bling bling of some of the greatest luck testing weakness centers of Casino and the extremely pulsating gaming rooms make way for the Grand Casino in the Monte Carlo.

A celebrity hub that Monaco is, the glitters and gold sparkling, makes it a destination of uber locale immersed in opulence and bang on self indulgence. It is no shame to pamper yourself at Monte Carlo as a pure hedonist sans any guilt who gambles like a bad man with super style and super duper swank. Feel like a celebrity as the greatly armed police force here along with special discreet bank transaction facilities, would quite tip one as some of the grand detective flicks!

As one passes through the very famous Golden Square, alternatively called the quartier in Monte Carlo, it is very easy to be spell bound under the magnificence of some of the very plush hotels, exquisite boutiques and some culinary delightful eateries and restaurants. The Hotel De Paris is one such enchanting encounter while at the Golden Square.

However to be experiencing the authentic vibe of Monte Carlo and to gear up on some quick gambling, the conditions apply barrier to be 21 years old beckons. So, the role-play of a spy dude at a plush Casino in this posh vicinity does come with an age requisite!

Amidst the other great offerings at Monte Carlo, how can the mention of Japanese Gardens be left behind? With the sea clashing its waves on the shores that are right in front of the gardens, it makes for a well deserved visit. Don’t forget the very attractive and an absolute delight among the kiddy crowds; the National Museum of Dolls and Clockwork Exhibits of the Yesteryear is a place where the memories of childhood rewind as the dolls unwind to the sounds of chime that at bring back the days of innocence and gushing nostalgia.

Also, the area of Moneghetti offers great attractions of Observatory Caves and Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology and the Exotic Garden is what makes Monaco all the more enchanting.

After a range of quirky museums, how can Monaco not be called as the shopping district? The term Shopaholic turns into Shopaholistic! Nowhere else can shopping be such a weakness. The place as it is snob on moolah command, the best deal is to window shop! The Condamine Market is a great bazaar situated close to the shopping districts of Rue Princesse Caroline and Rue Grimaldi, which can be a mecca for those who really have a weakness for shopping.

Monte Carlo has an unmatched cultural legacy that is evident on the face of the city, which can only be experienced. All in all, a great location who prefer to trot the urban way!


Wanderlust at Zanzibar Just Gets Better and Better

A town dwindled in time; is that Zanzibar? A paradise whose beauty is unmarred; is that Zanzibar? A cultural epicenter, is that Zanzibar? To each his own as the saying goes. The scenic and picturesque beaches of Zanzibar, with the local guys fluttering around making a friendly flash; to the modesty of outlandish yet so eccentric towns can be true only to this amazing locale.

Set away from the shoreline of the Tanzanian borders, Zanzibar treasures a cluster of pictorial islands including the Pemba Island, the Zanzibar Island which is referred to as Unguja among the local crowds. The territory of Zanzibar includes some more little islands that together contribute to the enchanting splendors the place has to offer.

Zanzibar is not only a serene destination by its ethereal beauty, but can also be confirmed to be a peace-loving territory. To support the statement, this place makes way into the fact file for having fought the shortest spanned war to happen on these grounds ever to be recorded in history. The battle lasted thirty-eight minutes before surrendering to the rival British force. Wonder, if the troops forgot to carry their arms, mesmerized by the sheer magnificence of the place!

Religiosity and Beyond

The enigmatic mosques in Zanzibar make it clear that the most widely practiced religion over here in Islam. Influences of the Arab and African cultures, gives this place a quaint vibe. The other religions practiced in Zanzibar are Christianity and even Hinduism. The religion of Hinduism is the most widely religion practiced in the Asian country of India. Mixed influences of such varied and diversely rich places is what makes Zanzibar so different from the others.

Zanzibar Soaked in the Enigma of the Bygone Era

Walk through the meandering paths, lively market place, divinity stirred in the air by the presence of some of the most exquisite mosques. The beauty of these structures transcends the boundaries of religion and soaks one in the unanimity of mystical spirituality, regardless of where they come from.

The contrast of the bustling streets against the backdrop of such tranquil structures is what earns Zanzibar a peculiar feel, unparalleled by any other place.

The art of Zanzibar is vivid on the architectural elements. The door of ancient Arab houses feature great aesthetic sense from the way carvings are done on the wooden doors. The art on the door itself is a metaphor into the gateway of Zanzibar’s cultural grandeur.

The Stone City is a UNESCO declared world-heritage site. However, when visiting most people tend to be under the impression of visiting a museum of a place or alike, which should not be how it is. The place is comprised of real people, with real houses that till date mark the grandeur of the past, though in a faded manner. The traces of legacy of the Arabian culture that confluence with the blend of the Africans with added influences of the Indian and Moorish backgrounds; a stroll down the Stone Town can definitely be a melting pot of history, cultures and beyond. The winding streets of Stone Town band in the circles of nostalgia that give the Stone Town its unique feel. With shopping destinations galore and architectural amazement of stemming from the timelessness of the past history; there’s certainly a whole new different life waiting for you out there.

Next is the buzzing market place of the Spice Island was a hub on the spice trail commerce in the past. The spice tour is not just an amazing spectacle but an aromatic journey to the only place where the most priced spice of saffron grows. From passing by the ginger, cardamom, licorice and other exotic plantations, this tour will be remembered for a long time. The dunk of so many aromas against a picturesque old town is definitely very nostalgic.

For nature lovers and outdoor enthusiast, is the exciting Jozani forests. Home to the Red Colobus species of monkeys, they make a great host and also your picture-perfect-partner. Not at all camera conscious, the fun with them ends no soon. Coming to the Jozani Forest and not visiting the enticing mangrove forests is a big no-no! Also, the Zanzibar Butterfly Center is a kiddy retreat where kids and adults can spectacle some of the most pretty butterflies. It indeed is a magical experience to see such awfully beautiful butterflies buzzing around.

You can stop, and so can’t Zanzibar with its umpteen options. The House of Wonders and the Arab Fort as well as the Slave Market is an experience of its kind. However, a piece of advice in the areas of Kenyatta and Shangani Road of maintaining a straight NO to many more than keen cab drivers to offer a ride or the many spice tour agents can help you a great deal and can be avoided.

With all the adventure and getting around, it surely is time to hear the cries of the belly. If you’re the cuisine sampler sort and like to go unique on the palette then go ahead and get yourself treated with the local style dining experience at the Forodhani Gardens. With the most inexpensive cuisine delight consisting of tasty crab pincers and calamari steaks, one must definitely savor the specialty of the sugar cane juice over here. After the gulp down session, there are many gift bazaars just down the road. Pick up a souvenir, but remember bargain is a part of the travel spirit. So go ahead and pick your steal deal.

From the share of fun on the land, don’t miss out on the aquatic delights that the picturesque East Beaches have in line to offer. The scuba diving experience is an amazing tete-a-tete with the marine creatures. Take up the Kimikazi Dolphin Tour and be ready to thrill at the amazing sights. The Knedwa Beach is another place of unending fun. Take the traditional dhow ride and experience Zanzibar like never before.


Great Escape to Gaborone, Botswana

Regarded as one of Africa’s fast-paced developing cities; Gaborone is an electrifying and lively place to be in. Nestled between the hills of Kgale and Oddi on the banks of the sparkling Notwane River that falls towards the southern-east region of Botswana which is about fifteen kilometers away from Tlokweng – a border point in the South African region.

Called by the locals as ‘Gabs’, the place has lots to offer to the tourist coming in, and would certainly have umpteen activities to indulge in. Wondering, where does the fun begin in Gaborone? Well here are some of the many places you could be visiting. Get ready to jet set off!

The Hilly High-Points of Gaborone

If you find yourself fitting the bill of more of an adventure enthusiast, then certainly Kgale Hill should be the place for you. Popular as being one of the largest hills in the whole of Botswana, the hill ascends to a height of approximately about a hundred meters. Also, a great location to spectacle some of the greatest views of Garborone from the top of the hill, the surrounding areas can also be seen from atop. However, be careful of the baboons that populate the hill, so taking necessary precaution well before hand would be advisable. Keep a track of your path as one goes hiking, because there are no guides that can be found. So, if it motivates you enough, have your efforts up this way.

Gaming Away to Glory

As, in the city, you can find some good gaming centers. So, gaming enthusiasts can definitely have something to look forward to. There are 2 great gaming reserves popular in the Gaborone.


Mokolodi is certainly a very famous hot-spot for many people coming in. The key attraction at the Mokolodi is the opportunity to pet the infamous and cruel creature called cheetah. Isn’t that amazing? To some extent even frightening? Well, nothing really to worry of, as the animals are well-tamed. One can also find wart hogs, elephants, hippopotamus, the striped zebras and so much more. The presence of guides who are pleased to assist one, makes it easy about what to do and how to go about.

Gaborone Gaming Reserve

Not as big as the former counterpart of Mokolodi, the Gaborone Game Reserve boasts a variety of species of animals and birds that were not to be found earlier, but have recently been added. People can choose to drive around if they have their own vehicle. One can find different species of animals like the different sort of birds, wild boars, kudus, monkeys, wart hogs and more.

The Culinary Safari

Come to Gaborone and not sample some of the mouth-smacking cuisines of Botswana? Doesn’t quite complete the deal! Here are some of the eateries to look forward to, while visiting.

The very popular Café Dijo

Offering variety of amenities with the dining experience, visitors can access complimentary high speed internet, and sample some of the very tasty dishes that Café Dijo offers on the menu. The café can be seen well visited by tourists and alike.

Nando’s Chicken Delight

Nando’s Chicken calls out all chicken lovers for being the internationally renowned joints for spicy and delicious tasting chicken. Nando’s can be spotted in all the leading malls.

Buy a Pie

Pie Time is undoubtedly the bestest places to savor amazing pies. The dough is stuffed with mouth watering meat and veggies that taste wonderful. Teem it up with your favorite dip, and you’re all sorted.

There are many more great eateries worth stepping in, including the Irish Pub, Bull and Bash, the Lizzard Lounge, Fashion Lounge and also News Café. Have your pick and sample some of the most delightful dishes.

Fun and Frolic at Gaborone never dies out. Get ready to enjoy this very unique and very beautiful place.