Dominating an island on the edge of Kudiakam Pan is the group of trees known as Seven Sisters or Baines Baobabs.
These trees are unusual because African baobab trees (Adansonia digitata) rarely grow so closely together in natural clusters.
The Kalahari Desert is a large, basinlike plain of the interior plateau that lies mostly in Botswana but also covers some parts of Namibia and South Africa.
Home to large number of animals and plants, many organization have set up several Game Reserves and Parks in the area.
Located on the western side of Gaborone, Kgale Hills is one landmark in Botswana that many hikers would surely love to climb.
Once on top of this hill, hikers will be rewarded with the breathtaking view of the city and the Gaborone Dam and may be able to spot one of the black eagles which is said to nest in the Hill’s cliffs.
A rock island that had risen from a white sea of salt, Kubu Island was once submerged under a lake in the Makgadikgadi region.
Believed to be occupied by evil spirits years ago, the cave has been a popular tourist landmark in Botswana.
It is located in the village of Gabane.
The Matsieng Footprints found between Gaborone and Francistown is a famous landmark in the south of Botswana.
The Okavango River is the fourth-longest river system in southern Africa. Skirting its way from Angola to Nambia and Botswana.
The National Assembly is the legislature Botswana's unicameral Parliament. It is advised by the House of Chiefs, which is not a house of Parliament.
Three Dikgosi Monument
The monument features 5.4 meter (18 feet) tall bronze statues of three dikgosi, or chiefs, who played important roles in Botswana's independence.