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Village Sightseeing Tour

Village Sightseeing Tour Packages
Country: Botswana
City: Gaborone
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Early wake-up call with a hot drink and after breakfast, again prepared on the fire, set off into a deep gorge and then onto the Lohawa Hills which loom over Ranaka. This is the most rugged section of the trek with a short scramble out of the gorge. The next section over the top of the hills is wild, with no footpath, and a compass bearing 60o. The Kolobeng River rises in the valley beneath the prominent Pyetle Hill. Even during the dry season this area is moist and is a habitat for rare orchids.

The local guide will point out plants, animal life, and other things of interest. Following the river valley through a well-wooded landscape, you make it to the day’s destination, an old cattle post, soon after midday. After lunch, the owners of the cattle post will show you around explaining traditional farming techniques. There may be an opportunity to help with the harvest, depending on the season. Later there is an opportunity to help prepare the evening meal or to walk up to a viewing point and watch the sun go down while collecting firewood.

Early wake-up call with a hot drink and after breakfast, again prepared on the fire, set off into a deep gorge and then onto the Lohawa Hills which loom over Ranaka. This is the most rugged section of the trek with a short scramble out of the gorge. The next section over the top of the hills is wild, with no footpath, and a compass bearing 60o. The Kolobeng River rises in the valley beneath the prominent Pyetle Hill. Even during the dry season this area is moist and is a habitat for rare orchids.

The local guide will point out plants, animal life, and other things of interest. Following the river valley through a well-wooded landscape, you make it to the day’s destination, an old cattle post, soon after midday. After lunch, the owners of the cattle post will show you around explaining traditional farming techniques. There may be an opportunity to help with the harvest, depending on the season. Later there is an opportunity to help prepare the evening meal or to walk up to a viewing point and watch the sun go down while collecting firewood.

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