Kazungula, Botswana

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Kazungula
Location of Kazungula in Botswana
Location of Kazungula in Botswana
Coordinates: 17°48′14″S 025°14′28″E / 17.80389°S 25.24111°E / -17.80389; 25.24111Coordinates: 17°48′14″S 025°14′28″E / 17.80389°S 25.24111°E / -17.80389; 25.24111
Country Botswana
DistrictNorth-West District
Population
(2001)[1]
 • Total1,860
ClimateBSh

Kazungula is a village in the far north of Botswana, 8 km east of the town of Kasane. It lies on the south bank of the Chobe and Zambezi rivers.

Kazungula is the site of border crossings to the town in Zambia, also called Kazungula, across the Zambezi by the Kazungula Ferry, and to Zimbabwe at the Kazungula Road crossing.

Chobe Crocodile Farm is one of the village's most important tourist attractions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Population of Towns, Villages and Associated Locatlities" (PDF). 2001 Population and Housing Census. Gaborone: Central Statistics Office. April 2002. p. 141. Retrieved 2011-10-18.[permanent dead link]