I'm taking a tour in Botswana where they'll drop me off in Nata around 10am. Is it easy to find public transport from there to Maun on the same day?
I need to be in Maun the following day.
Thanks in advance.
Hello Lonely Planet community,
I’m planning to travel to Botswana in September 2018 with a friend. We will travel afterwards to Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa for a period of 6 months. Because it's really expensive to hire a car for such a long period, we decided to buy a second-handed car in Gaborone and to sell the car again 6 months later in Gaborone or Johannesburg. We are looking for more information regarding the purchase and licensing of a car in Botswana. I hope to get some answers…
Hi everyone :)
I’m just putting together the itinerary for my Botswana trip.
I know you can bus from Kasane to Maun via Nata. I know this sets off from Kasane to Nata about (3hr) then change bus to Maun (am I right in thinking this is possible in 1 day?)
Then my other question is regarding Maun to Fracistown - I assume this is also via Nata? Does anybody know how long it takes? We may overnight in Nata to see the bird sanctuary if it’s particularly long.
Other than that do you know of…
I am new at this forum and I want some tips for my coming trip on November.
We are going to Zambia on November 6th, but we will stay 4-5 days in Botswana.
Start and end point: Kasane.
Could somebody advise what possible to see in 4 days by self drive?
This will be first time in Africa.
I ve read through some posts that you can visit Chobe and Okavango self 4x4 driving if its not very floaded, or in sandy places, better to drive early in the morning so the floor is a bit harder.
But we have not a lot of experience driving 4x4, Do you think we should be ok for unexperienced drivers? Or we better off join an organized tour?
Another thing, Do you know if there are campsites around these areas? And should we book for august?
Thanking you inadvanced,
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Thanks in advance!
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