According to citypopulationreview, the capital of Botswana is Gaborone, a rapidly developing city located in the south-eastern corner of the country. It is the largest city in Botswana with a population of over 230,000 people and home to numerous important political, economic and cultural institutions. It is also the seat of government for both entities that comprise the country – Botswana Democratic Party and Umbrella for Democratic Change. Gaborone offers visitors many attractions to explore such as its modern skyline which features glass-and-steel structures as well as bustling markets full of local produce, handicrafts and souvenirs. Additionally, there are numerous museums such as National Museum or Nhabe Museum which provide insight into the country’s rich heritage. The city also has a lively nightlife with plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants serving up delicious local cuisine such as seswaa (stewed meat) or pap (maize porridge). There are also several cultural festivals throughout the year such as Kgotla a Mmala which celebrates traditional music and dance or Domboshaba Festival which celebrates spirituality. With its unique mix of cultures, modern infrastructure and plenty to do both day and night, Gaborone truly is an exciting destination for tourists from around the world! Botswana has a semi-arid climate, with hot summers and mild winters. The country experiences two rainy seasons, one from October to December and the other from February to April. During the rainy season, temperatures drop and most of the country receives some rain. Average temperatures range from 25°C (77°F) in the summer to 17°C (63°F) in the winter. Summer is generally dry and sunny with occasional thunderstorms. The winter months bring mostly cool, dry weather with occasional drizzly rain or snow in some parts of the country. The best time of year for visiting Botswana is between April and October when temperatures are more comfortable and there is less chance of rain. Check bridgat for Botswana Weather and Climate.