Know Before You Go
Finally, there is a clearly-marked sign designating the cave and parking area. Driving from Gaborone, after arriving in Molepolole on the A12, turn left on the Thamaga Road (F11). Drive about five minutes. After leaving town, you will see the hills and the cave on your right. There is an orange sign labeled Kebokwe Cave pointing to your right. It's rather small, so you can also use the much larger sign for Moleps Poultry as a landmark. Almost immediately you will see a gravel parking area with a Botswana Heritage sign marking the beginning of the trail. From here it is about a 15-minute hike, with some scrambling at the top. If you have trouble finding the place, the locals of Molepolole will be more than happy to direct you. While you're in town, you should also check out the Kgosi Sechele I museum, which discusses the history of the Bakwena and the town, as well as the cave. It is housed in the colonial era police station, located right before the turn to the cave on A12.