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Gcwihaba Caves and Aha Hills

Gowihaba one of the wildest and most remote destinations in Botswana, with fascinating underground labyrinths of caverns, pits, linked passages, fantastical stalagmite and stalactite formations. Moving from the more commonly used northern entrance, you’ll first come across thousands of bats hanging upside down from the cave walls. 

The most common species are the commerson’s Leaf-nosed Bat – the largest insectivorous bat in Southern Africa, although harmless, as you approach, be prepared for a possible mass exodus– clouds of screeching, fleeing bats winging through the dusty darkness.

Aha Hills

Straddling the Botswana/Namibia border, the Aha Hills lies fifty km northwest of Gcwihaba, The Aha Hills are mostly rough and jagged, having been split by weathering into numerous faults and fractures. 


Gcwihaba Caves and Aha Hills Hotels

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