Traditional Cultures in Botswana
In Botswana, visiting Bushmen communities with anything like the depth of experience that's found in Namibia's Bushmanland is surprisingly difficult - although Edo's Camp does go some way towards accomplishing this. Mobile trips to the Tsodilo Hills can offer an interesting historical perspective on their culture, and there are San/Bushmen guides at Jack's Camp and San Camp and at Deception Valley Lodge.
Our 3 top tips for seeing different cultures in Botswana
Edo's Camp|90% (4 reviews)One of the activities offered at Edo's Camp is a visit to a nearby bushman village. The camp also offers the option to enjoy an evening of traditional bushman dancing. These shows are performed by a group set up as a community initiative and all proceeds go back into the local area... More about Edo's Camp
Meno A Kwena|83% (12 reviews)A village tour can be arranged at Meno A Kwena on request. This is a three- to four-hour activity including a visit to the local primary school. Your guide will introduce you to various members of the community as you pass through the village, including the headman and ... More about Meno A Kwena
Royal Tree Lodge|91% (19 reviews)If you spend more than one night at Royal Tree Lodge, you may like to visit a nearby village. The lodge will arrange a morning village tour where you can see how the locals live, and listen to their stories. More about Royal Tree Lodge