Welcome to Serowe


In 1902 Chief Khama III abandoned the Bangwato capital in Phalatswe (near Palapye) and built Serowe on the ruins of an 11th-century village at the base of Thathaganyana Hill. Serowe was later immortalised by South African writer Bessie Head, who included the village in several of her works, including the renowned Serowe – Village of the Rain Wind. This book includes a chronicle of the Botswana Brigades Movement, which was established in 1965 at the Swaneng Hill Secondary School in Serowe and has since brought vocational education to many remote areas.


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Serowe activities

$520 Outdoor Activities

3 Days Rhino Adventure

Day 1:Day 1Maun-Khama Rhino SanctuaryAfter breakfast, check out at the hotel then and proceeds with the tour from Maun to Khama Rhino Sanctuary. On the way to Khama Rhino, stopover at Khumaga village where you will stretch your legs and have drinks. Khama Rhino Sanctuary is a community based wildlife project in Botswana, next to Serowe village where the first president of Botswana the late Sir Seretse Khama was born. The Sanctuary assist in saving the vanishing rhinoceros.Upon arrival you will be welcomed by a well-trained and very knowledgeable ranger, who will guide you around the sanctuary in 4*4 safari game viewer vehicle (with picnic lunch). The activity lasts for only 2 hours.The Sanctuary is home to other wildlife such as: zebra, blue wildebeest, giraffe, eland, springbok, impala, gemsbok, kudu, steenbok, duiker, red hartebeest, leopard, ostrich, African wild cat, caracal, small spotted genet, and black-backed jackal, bat eared fox, brown hyena.Overnight; Community Camp Site Khama Rhino.Day 2Activities:06:00 AM- Breakfast06:45-08:30 AM- Rhino tracking 10:00 AM- Brunch12:45-14:00 PM- Lunch15:30-17:30 PM- Game drive18:30-20:30 PM- dinner.Day 3Depart Khama Rhino Sanctuary to Maun.

$1937.15 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Southern Africa Encompassed

When it comes to raw, in-your-face wildness, South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe are incredible – and from the vantage of our rugged Lando, even more spectacular. Witness traditional dancing, explore the Okavango Delta with a wildlife walk and bush camping, track rhinos on foot in Zimbabwe’s Matobo National Park, and capture the Big Five (with your camera, of course) in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Camping will keep you close to the incomparable scenery. This quick tour isn't simply a taste of Africa; it's a full-course meal – with seconds.

$1061.65 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Botswana & Falls Adventure

This trip offers a fully immersive, unyieldingly African experience in a compact eight-day package. Soak up the wildlife and vibrant colours and scenery of Zimbabwe, Botswana, and South Africa, with wildlife walks and plenty of options for wildlife safari drives. Your rugged Lando will get you to the sites safely and camping will allow you to fall asleep to the sounds of the wild underneath big African skies. Camp under the stars of the Okavango Delta and marvel at Victoria Falls, the adrenaline capital of the region.

$3569.15 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Falls, Beaches & Serengeti Adventure (Northbound)

Connecting two major hubs, this overland journey will take you from Johannesburg to Nairobi and into the stunning wilderness of the seven countries that lie in between. Track Africa’s Big Five on safari drives in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro and head to the Okavango Delta for a wildlife walk and mokoro canoe excursion. Inhale the mists of Victoria Falls and the fragrant air of spice plantations in Zanzibar. You'll make your discoveries from a rugged Lando, ready to take on Africa. Combine this with bush camping, a social atmosphere, and a comprehensive itinerary and you have one hell of an adventure.

$1937.15 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Southern Africa Explorer

Wildlife, wilderness, and wow-worthy campouts makeup this 15-day exploration of South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. Hop aboard one of our overland adventure vehicles (OAV) while searching for the Big Five in Kruger National Park, check out Victoria Falls, and look for rhinos on-foot in Matobo National Park. Don’t let anything extra get between you and the expansive scenery – camp out, sing songs around the fire with locals, and travel by mokoro. With views this impressive the more time spent outside, the better.