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Gaborone Game Reserve Tour

Gaborone Game Reserve Tour Packages
Country: Botswana
City: Gaborone
Duration: 3 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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Gaborone Game reserve is a small game reserve (5sq km) located in Gaborone the capital city of Botswana. It was established in 1988 and ranks number one in the list of the most visited tourist destinations in Botswana. The reserve is an excellent retreat from the hectic schedules and streets of Gaborone. It is just 1km from Broadhurst Mall to the east

Wildlife

The reserve is a protected habitat for gemsbok, kudu, warthog, ostrich, eland, wildebeest, rhino, zebra, bushbuck, duiker, and the eland among other small mammals.

It is a good place to start birding safaris in Botswana with regular sights of hornbill, African crake, European bee-eaters, kingfishers, crimson boubou shrike, snake eagle, brightly colored purple Gallinule, sandpipers, white-faced duck, and many other water birds that migrate to the reserve form the nearby Limpopo river swamp.

Includes:

Transport, Park Fees, refreshments, and a guide

Excludes:

Tips and any other personal spending accounts

Explore More About Gaborone Game Reserve:

This reserve was established in 1988 by the Kalahari Conservation Society to give the Gaborone public an opportunity to view Botswana’s wildlife in a natural and accessible location. It seems to be working: although the reserve is only 5 sq km, it’s the third busiest in the country and boasts wildebeest, elands, gemsboks, kudus, ostriches, and warthogs. The birdlife, which includes kingfishers and hornbills, is particularly plentiful and easy to spot from observation areas.

The reserve also has a few picnic sites, a game hide, and a small visitor-education center. All roads in the reserve are accessible by 2WD.

It is a good place to start birding safaris in Botswana with regular sights of hornbill, African crake, European bee-eaters, kingfishers, crimson boubou shrike, snake eagle, brightly colored purple Gallinule, sandpipers, white-faced duck, and many other water birds that migrate to the reserve form the nearby Limpopo river swamp.

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