Welcome To Francistown
Located at the confluence of the Tati and Inchwe rivers, Francistown is the second largest city in Botswana and has a population of about 150,000. Francistown is also called the “Capital of The North” and was created in 1897 as a mining town and still has mines producing cobalt, copper and nickel. Francistown today is a city experiencing an economic boom and serves as a stopover for tourists on their way to Makgadikgadi Salt Pans and the Okavango Delta
Best Places To Stay In Francistown
On your way to Zimbabwe from Francistown, you can stay at the Stop Over Motel. While visiting the Tachila National Reserve, you can sleep at the Comfort Palace Guest House which can be booked at Jumia Travel.