Gaborone Dam

Gaborone Dam

Gaborone Dam, on the Notwane River, serves the capital’s water and is referred to as a marginal recreational site. On the other hand, it is starts to be grow as a safaris in Botswana tourist venue. Bordered by tall hills and edged with game filled woodlands Gaborone Dam is a very beautiful place with a wide range of tourism potential.

On the northern bank close to the Yacht Club ferry pier a swath of flatland has been earmarked for an entertainment progress called “The Waterfront”. This is a striving project whose expansion is at present being financed by revenue earned from outdoor music shows carried out at the site.
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The Yacht Club itself provides a very beautiful position overlooking the water on a rocky island in the middle of the dam, and is very fashionable with yachtsmen and visitors alike who can get pleasure from the atmospheric open-air bar, swimming pool and the fine home-cooked Sunday lunches, not to mention the boat ride there (depending on the water level of the dam at the time).

On the southern bank the Kalahari Fishing Club there is a clubhouse, but this is free to members only, even if a new public facility called “City Scapes” was established at the starting of 2000. Even if visitors still require a Water Utilities permit to go into the southern bank, City Scapes is an nice-looking grassed site set below umbrella thorn trees with picnic sites, a boat jetty, nicely prepared children’s playground and overnight ablution facilities. Botswana tours