In accommodation in Botswana, telephone communications are often via satellite. The cell phone works mainly in cities.
Driving in Botswana
Driving in Botswana is on the left and an international license accompanied by the national license is compulsory.
The common currency is the Pula. US dollars and euros are accepted everywhere but change can be given in pula, plan for small denominations. Credit cards are accepted in most tourist establishments. The most accepted cards are VISA and Mastercard.
The risk of malaria exists all year round in the north of the country, especially around the Okavango Delta and the Chobe River. We recommend that you contact your doctor to consider prophylactic treatment. The country’s health services are excellent. Apart from the recommended tetanus vaccination, there is no specific vaccination for a trip to Botswana. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all passengers arriving within 6 days of leaving or transiting through an infected area.