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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Harare to Gaborone Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Harare to Gaborone online now.

      Book cheap bus from Harare to Gaborone bus tickets online and travel Harare to Gaborone by road. Gaborone is the Botswana capital city. It is famous for the Gaborone Game Reserve, sheltering native animals like impala and wildebeest, plus migratory and resident birds. To the city’s southwest, rhino and giraffes inhabit the Mokolodi Nature Reserve. You can visit this city by booking a cheap bus tickets from Harare to Gaborone online now.

      Bus from Harare to Gaborone Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      What is the affordable way to get from Harare to Gaborone?

      The affordable way to get from Harare to Gaborone is to bus which costs $50 – $70 and takes 24h 30m.

      Is there a direct bus Harare to Gaborone?

      No, there is o direct buses to Gaborone from Harare. Anyway, there are services departing from Harare and arriving at Gaborone through Johannesburg and Midrand. The journey, including transfers, takes about 23h 4m.

      What is the travel distance of Harare to Gaborone by bus?

      The travel distance between Harare to Gaborone by bus is 927 km.

      How do I move from Harare to Gaborone without a car?

      The top way to get to Gaborone without a car is to bus Harare to Gaborone through Centurion which takes 23h 5m and costs $60 – $95.

      Where do I take the Harare to Gaborone bus from?

      Cheap bus tickets from Harare to Gaborone services, operated by Greyhound ZA.

      Fly, train or bus Harare to Gaborone?

      The top way to get from Harare to Gaborone is to fly which takes 4h 5m and costs $170 – $480. Alternatively, you can bus through Centurion, Harare to Gaborone bus fare $60 – $95, and takes 23h 5m, you could also train.

      Bus Tickets from Harare to Gaborone Tips

      Here are some of the best attractions:

      The main Mall

      No visit to Gaborone would be done without a visit to the Hall, also called as the Main Mall. Designed in the 1960s, the Mall was intended to be the new city center. Today, it retains its vital role as home to numerous offices and shops.

      Opara House

      The architecture of Opara House is rightly designed for grading diamonds taken from Botswana diamond mines. Natural, rather than direct sunlight is very important for the sorting process. The building itself was built some twenty-five years ago, amidst Gaborone’s administration buildings.