So what if direct flights to Gaborone from the United Kingdom are not available at present, you can still take connecting flights with some of the best airlines. South African Airways, Qatar Airways, British Airways, Emirates, and Lufthansa are a few brands to consider, for a start. If you need to reach Gaborone in the minimum time possible, we are more than capable of finding you the shortest connecting flight.
January to March is expected to be the low season for tourism as much of the safari tours are conducted during summer months. Fixing on the low-season provides a base for further research in determining the right time for a safari tour or a generic vacation in Gaborone. That said, the easiest option for you is to contact travelhouseuk and let us provide you with the latest information on flights, fares, and other factors likely to be involved in your tour. Subscribing to the travelhouseuk newsletter will save you both time and money. We will immediately send you a fare alert once the price drops, or some offer is introduced by an airline.
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Right now, the cost of a return-ticket to Gaborone from London is starting at 620 GBP. This is a one-time chance for you to visit Gaborone while the price is low. If you have visited the official websites of different airlines, you know that travelhouseuk offers a comparatively lower price on Gaborone flights. Get in touch with our travel agent via phone (020 3137 2316), WhatsApp (07497866657) or Facebook to get the latest offers.
The Sir Seretse Khama International Airport is all set to meet the needs of increasing annual traffic, courtesy of the ever-growing tourism in the country. The airport handles both regional and overseas flights and connects the capital with other destinations in Botswana. The airport IATA code is GBE, and the distance from the city centre is 19 kilometres. Waiting passengers have access to Wi-Fi, a duty-free store, and a few eateries, all available in the airport's only terminal.
Kgale Hill: The Kgale Hill Public Park offers an easy trail to the top of the Kgale Hill, the main attraction, in addition to being a recreational spot tucked away in the outskirts of the city, and the first choice of locals on weekends. Kgale Hill has received much attention lately, and rightly so. This can be the first site that you visit, or maybe you would want to save the best for last?
Mokolodi Nature Reserve: Only 20 kilometres from the Gaborone city centre and all the facilities it offers, the Mokolodi Nature Reserve fits the description of a family-friendly day-tripping spot close to the capital. Not everyone can spare weeks on end to go deep into the animal territories of some of the larger and faraway national parks of the country. So this is the park you should have in mind if you are not flexible with your schedule.
Gaborone Dam: Opposite to the Kgale Hill Public Park, the dam is also a must-visit. If you have some time and snacks on your hands, find a cool spot and enjoy the scene. Time spent here will be time well spent.