Botswana has one of the best transport and communication infrastructures in Southern Africa. Therefore, air, rail or road can access Botswana. There are five international airports with modern facilities.
The main airports are Sir Seretse Khama International Airport located 15 km from Gaborone City centre and Maun International airport, which is the gateway to the famous Okavango Delta. The others are at Francistown, Kasane and Selebi Phikwe.
Air Botswana, South Africa Express Airways and Kenya Airways link Botswana with the rest of the world. The airlines commute in most of the regional centers. There are also several air charters within the country. The airlines operate convenient flights to and from the entire region's tourist centers. Air Botswana, the nation's flag carrier flies to most of Botswana tourist spots like Maun, Chobe, Francistown and Selebi Phikwe.
The rail line between Ramatlabama in the South links the country with South Africa and Ramokgwebana in the north links Botswana with Zimbabwe. Botswana Railways services this network.
Major roads leading to regional centers are tarred. With the liberalized transport sector in Botswana several car-hire companies and buses service the road transport industry in the country. (check our section on detailed bus schedules)
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