Botswana :: Western Botswana/Ghanzi
:: Charles Hill
Category: Civil Infrastructure :: Border Control
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Mamuno Border Control is the post on the Botswana side between Botswana and Namibia. It is a dirt road. A valid passport book and vehicle papers must always accompany your car. Any goods acquired outside the country must be declared at the border gate, for any clarifications on this matter please contact the Customs office. Payments accepted in cash, credit/visa cards. Old rock art and engravings can be found behind the Customs and Immigration staff houses.
With the establishment of the Buitepos (Mamuno) Border Post it became a throughfare to Ghanzi Botswana. In the beginning there was only a two-spoor track on the Botswana side so this border post did not see much traffic. But the completion of the Trans-Kalahari Highway in 1999 heralded a new border post, fuel station, shop and electricity. The village of Charles Hill in Botswana, 7km from the Mamuno border post, has grown rapidly and today boasts a fuel station, store, ATM and Bureau de Change.
|Address :||8km or 9min W of Charles Hill, Ghanzi/Western Botswana, Botswana|
|Postal :||P.O. Box 69, Charles Hill, Botswana|
|Tel :||+267 659 2013|
|Tel2 :||+267 659 2064|
|Fax :||+267 659 2271|
|Host Website :||Click Here|
07:00-24:00 (GMT+2) Time Guideline/ 7 days a week
|Updated for :||2020|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card|
|Types of Foreign Currency Accepted :||ZAR, NAD, BWP|
|Fee/s :||Road Transport Permit payable on every single entry BWP65 per vehicle, Third Party Insurance(MVA) BWP50 is valid for 90 days (amount also depend on vehicle type); National Road Safety BWP50 - valid for a calendar year. (Jun-2020).|
|Languages spoken :||English|
|Closest Main Route :||B214|
|Closest Town :||Charles Hill|
Road safety fee is valid for a full calendar year, 3rd party Insurance is for small vehicles (Buses & mini buses pay more). TIP form to be completed at the border for all vehicles registered in Namibia Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia and Mozambique. (Jun-2020).
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