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Amazing place! So much history and so beautiful at the same time. The paintings are incredible. Our guide Alec was very knowledgeable and told us many interesting stories about the hills, Sun people etc. We really enjoyed our afternoon there. Really worth to visit.
In the lonely planet tjhey tellyou that this place is very special and a must see. And that this holy place for the San can be visited for free. The last is no longer true. We arrived over a quite well kept gravel road and...More
We booked 7 days camping at Tsodilo Hills Community campsite as all other sites were fully booked. The plan was to use this as a base camp from where we can explore the upper Western part of Botswana. They charged a ridiculous price of 140...More
The hills are beautiful their location spectacular.
We were told 3 times the access road to the national park was good for 2 wheel drive which it was on the 25th dec when it was dry. light rain in the morning apparently
when we went...More
Went with a guide from our lodge but needed to go with a local guide assigned there.....he was a San Bushman having grown up on the mt. He offered a great tour and interpretation of the paintings. So glad we went.
This world heritage site has been handed over to the local community who rakes in over 1 million Dollars a year and treats their tourists in the most disgraceful manner. While the site itself is awesome, the campsite (only accommodation for miles) has been utterly...More
How authentic is it? There were a few sceptical comments. Has the camp site improved? Do you need to book to visit?
23 August 2015|
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Mmm...good question, I too have my doubts, however the paintings are there. What does make me wonder is that someone also painted pics of penguins and whales.... We were there in high season, and there were no campers, so I... More
Mmm...good question, I too have my doubts, however the paintings are there. What does make me wonder is that someone also painted pics of penguins and whales.... We were there in high season, and there were no campers, so I would not bother with booking. Would not even know how to contact them. For us tsodillo hills was a day outing from Shakawe...we stayed at Drotsky's which was exceptional