Botswana :: Chobe/Kasane
Category: Land Mark :: Mountain
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Bushmen painting hill is a rocky outcrop overlooking the Savuti marsh in Northern Botswana, within the Savuti area of the Chobe National Park. The hill is characterized by paintings which depict various animals of present and past Savuti vintage like elephant, giraffe, hippo, sable, eland and a puffadder. The paintings, not carbon dated, are thought to be between 3000 to 4000 years old. (Jan-19).
|Address :||Savuti, Chobe/Kasane, Botswana|
|Contact :||Parks and Reserves Reservations (Maun)|
|Tel :||+267 686 1265|
|Fee/s :||Park Fees: Internationals (Adult: BWP120pp and Child BWP60pp). Vehicles: Botswana registration: BWP10; Foreigner registration: BWP50. (Updated Jan-19).|
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