Serowe is a tow in the Central District of Botswana and it is one of the largest villages in the country.
Serowe is popularly known for its rich history from the early 20th century and as the birth place of the country’s first president. The town boasts an excellent position along the Lotsane River which makes it a fertile plain conducive for various farming activities. Serowe is also situated west of the road to Gaborone and Francistown, making it an ideal stopover as well.
As a rapidly developing town, Serowe has a lot of interesting places to visit that you should not miss while in town. There is a memorial for Chief Khama III, who was the leader of the Bamangwato people and founded the town. The Khama Rhino Sanctuary, situated just over 20 kilometres from Serowe is another great place to spend a day and walk up the Swaneng Hill will be worth your time.
With an excting range of accommodation in Serowe, you are sure to enjoy a holiday of a lifetime while experiencing and alternative lifestyle. Serowe accommodation offers a few good and comfortable hotels and lodges ideal for any traveller.