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The size of the dam is a surprise, it's huge, it stretches and stretches. The Yacht Club is a lovely place to come and chill whilst enjoying fresh air and smell of fresh water. Best time to be there is sunset especially on Saturdays when...More
We've been living in Gaborone for several months. And one thing I miss the most is the sight of the water. Finally, I found it! The last part of road to the club is very picturesque and once we arrived we could not believe our...More
A group of us decided to go to the area next to the Yacht Club to see the dam. The hotel arranged for local drivers who stayed with us for the whole trip.
Arriving at the entrance there is security who requested a permit. I...More
If you visit Gaborone, you must see the Gaborone Dam from the Yacht club. Check the opening times as they are not always open. The dam was only 4% full on our arrival in February 2016, but after the heavy rains in December 2016 the...More
Interesting spot for a visit especially when it is 95% full. Something that has not happened in a long time. The February rains hae swelled the upstream rivers resulting in the ustream dams being full and the overflow now making its way into the Gaborone...More