Gcwihaba Caves and Aha Hills – Nokaneng – Botswana

  • DSC_7416
  • CGWIGABA_001_PHOTO_BY_Oarabile-Mudongo_WIKIPEDIA

Africa Business (Only African) Category: CULTURE, TOURISM and ARCHEOLOGYAfrica Business (Only African) Tags: Archeology, Botswana, Culture, History, Mine, Natural, Tourism and Tours

  • Profile

    Gcwihaba Caves and Aha Hills. Using a 4-wheel drive, vehicle, turn south on a sand track 20 miles east of XhaiXhai and another 20 km leads to Gcwihaba.Two entrances, 250 m apart, lead into a complex system of ‘intercommunicating caverns’ with huge stalactities and colourful passageways. They are also the home of bats. Take plenty of water along. These are fascinating underground caverns and pits with stalagmite and stalactite formations. Sizes of the caverns vary as some reach up to 10 m in height. The main carven is called Drotsky’s Cavern named after Martinus Drotsky.

    Gcwihaba is a designated National Monument and a proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its richness in archaeological evidence suggesting inhabitation of the area thousands of years ago.

  • Photos
  • Video

  • Map

    No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.