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From the Kalahari, the Okavango Delta and the Makgadikgadi Pans to the Chobe River, Tsodilo Hills and Drotsky’s Cavens, Botswana is a country of natural beauty and striking diversity. With steady economic growth, property in Botswana is an attractive option for those looking for a change in pace, a unique holiday home or a sound investment. Farms for sale in Botswana are another draw card amongst property seekers due to the country’s excellent tourism, subsistence farming, game farming and cattle raising opportunities.
After the discovery of diamonds in in 1967, Botswana became the largest producer of diamonds by value in the world which made it possible to accumulate huge foreign exchange reserves. Through fiscal discipline and sound management, it’s been transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to a middle-income country offering a variety of enviable property for sale. Apart from its mineral wealth, Botswana’s economic success can be ascribed to the beef industry, donor aid and an industry that is becoming increasingly important for the country and the property market – tourism.
R19,315 (BWP15,000) per month
R32,192 (BWP25,000) per month
R9,014 (BWP7,000) per month
R12,877 (BWP10,000) per month
Here you’ll experience some of Africa’s most magnificent. A record 30% of Botswana’s total area is dedicated to wildlife conservation. Rife with tourism opportunities and incredible game viewing, interest in farms for sale in Botswana continues to rise in popularity. Notable game parks in Botswana include Gemsbok National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park and Chobe National Park (the best place to watch elephants).
A UNESCO world heritage site that transforms with the seasons, the Okavango Delta is truly worthy of its title of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. With incredible vistas, the delta is home to crocodile, hippo, various buck and other animals that rely on this body of water for sustenance. Known as the Jewel of the Kalahari, here you can enjoy boat safaris, guided trails, camping trips and incredible star-gazing.
The Tropic of Capricorn
This southern most boundary of the tropics is situated just south of Mahalapye on the main road between Gaborone and Francistown.
The Kalahari Desert
Spanning across 70% - 80% of the country, the Kalahari is home to the semi-nomadic San people, endless landscapes, challenging dunes and a variety of wildlife. These awe-inspiring landscapes can be explored on guided tours in cross-country vehicles, offering exciting opportunities like sand boarding.
Home owners will have a choice of nursery, primary and high schools within Botswana, most of which are situated close to larger towns. There are public and private schools as well as various international schools in the area of Gaborone, Maun and Palapye to name a few.
Within the capital, you’ll find Life Gaborone Private Hospital and Princess Marina Hospital, to the north, the Maun Hospital also offers a range of treatments. There are a number of government sponsored district, primary and referral hospitals while locally practicing doctors see to the community’s needs in towns a bit further away from the city.
There’s no shortage of options in the capital which is home to Gaborone Main Mall, RiverWalk Shopping Mall, Game City, Fairground Mall and Molapo Crossing amongst others. Maun and Francistown offer great opportunities for souvenir-finding or lifestyle shopping. You’ll be spoilt for choice with an array of traditional handcrafted weavings, artworks, ethnic clothing and pottery on offer from the local community.
Bordered by Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, Botswana affords easy access to explore beyond into Africa. There are 7 airports located within the country, including Sir Seretse Khama International Airport and Maun Airport a little further north.
Telephone: +267 391 1890
Address: Plot 140 Unit 1, Kgale Terrace, Gaborone International Finance Park/GIFP, Gaborone, South East
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