Vacationing in this popular region can be an adventure, so why not hit the road and uncover a couple of the other fascinating villages, towns and cities in the vicinity of Ghanzi.
When you are ready to relax, have a go at bird watching or wildlife watching.
To truly get a taste for the area in which you are traveling, take the time to visit the region's cafés and restaurants. These are good spots to meet local residents and try local specialities. Two of the region's typical ingredients are mopane worms and lamb. Favorite specialties are seswaa (meat stew) and pap (maize porridge), but of course there are many more mouthwatering dishes on the menu. To finish your local meal, you can't go past lerotse (melon). Invigorate yourself with a the regional brew. Castle is popular here. Visitors who don't drink alcohol will want to try ginger beer, a common drink here.
Botswana Day is celebrated on the 30th of September, so if your visit coincides, set aside your sightseeing and join in the fun and festivities with locals.
When booking your vacation to Ghanzi, it's handy to remember that the nearest major airport, Maun Airport, is located in in Maun, 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the northeast.