Book cheap bus tickets from Gaborone to Francistown online and save time and money. The second major city in the country greets you with a handshake and a "Dumilani". Home to many Kalanga natives and generally referred to as the capital of the North, Francistown is a dynamic place best for an overnight during a luxury African safari. Here is the guide on how to book bus from Gaborone to Francistown:
Yes, there is a direct Gaborone to Francistown bus. Services depart 4 times a day. The journey takes about 5h.
The travel distance of Gaborone to Francistown by bus is 421 km.
The top way to get from Gaborone to Francistown without a personal vehicle is to bus which takes 5h and costs $10 - $13.
Gaborone to Francistown bus service, run by Seabelo Group, depart from Gaborone station.
The affordable way to get from Gaborone to Francistown by bus which costs $10 - $13 and takes 5h.
The city was named after the British miner and prospector Daniel Francis, who acquired prospecting licenses in 1869, eventually becoming director of the Tati Concessions firm. Francis and other prospectors generally used very old gold shafts as guiding points for their prospecting. The city is still surrounded by abandoned, old mines.
This Botswana city is near to the Tati and Inchwe River confluence, a few kilometres from the Zimbabwe border. The city can be self-explored and is house to supermarkets and restaurants. The key road northwest of Francistown provides passage to Maun and Okavango Delta, Chobe and Kasane National Park, Zambia, Livingstone, and Victoria Falls.