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Tsodilo Hills Experience

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Tsodilo Hills Experience

Explore Rock Art & UNESCO World Heritage Site

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, firstly from the air and then by foot. This half-day trip includes a flight to Tsodilo Hills with a professional San guide who will explain the fascinating artwork found here, presenting a side of Botswana few travellers get to experience. The hike can be demanding, but the hills have an air and allure that is difficult to describe; perhaps they possess a draw that appeals to something within us all.

Tsodilo Hills are a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the remote northwest of the country; a definite ‘must see’ for those seeking more than wildlife from their time in Botswana. Over 4500 rock paintings, some dating back an estimated 26,000 years, adorn the quartzite rocks. The hills are sacred to the San Bushman who utilised the caves and spring here until the late 20th century, and there is evidence of human activity here dating back some 100,000 years. The return scenic flight will take you on a journey from the wide Okavango Panhandle across permanent lagoons back over the peripheral seasonal floodplains and wildlife rich wilderness, before landing back in camp.

Includes: Doors on return transfers; departure tax; 3 hour experience at Tsodilo Hills; private San bushman guide; entrance fees & picnic lunch.

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