Gaborone

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Jonathan Brown

"As an expat in Gaborone & beyond, I learned to love Botsuana's treasures and would like to share my love for my second home with you. "

Melanie Rasbery

"Gaborone's a comparatively small African metropolis, but I still needed help from expats and locals to relocate and settle in. "

InterNations - A Place for Irish in Gaborone

Dia duit to all Irish in Gaborone! Would you like to meet fellow Irish expats in Gaborone? Would you like to get insider suggestions from other Irish, e.g. where in Gaborone your hometown team’s next match is shown on TV or where to get Irish stew?

We would like to invite you to become a member of InterNations Gaborone. As a member of InterNations, you will have access to an active group of Irish expats, hailing from Dublin, Limerick, Cork and all regions of Ireland.

Meet fellow Irish at our events in Gaborone

Attend our monthly events and activities for Irish expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Find More Information in Our Gaborone Expat Guides

  • Moving to Gaborone

    Moving to Gaborone can be difficult, since the country is still developing and many expats could have problems settling down and integrating. However, the African cordiality, the middle-sized city vibe and the positive atmosphere are bound to facilitate the process.
  • Living in Gaborone

    Gaborone is nowadays a modern, cosmopolitan city; it is relatively small and growing, therefore livable but not boring at all. The city has a vibrant city center with many shopping opportunities, and services are improving a lot. Read on to find out more about living in Gaborone!
  • Working in Gaborone

    Gaborone boasts a growing and vibrant economy, supported by many commercial entities which yield various opportunities for expats, too. If you are planning on working in Gaborone, check out our InterNations Expat Guide for more information about the local economy and job market!

Irish Expats in Gaborone Help You With Their Advice

With InterNations, Irish expats in Gaborone are able to find both the help they need as well as lots of valuable information. Botswana's capital, named after Chief Kgosi Gaborone, offers so much for expats to explore - our community helps you enjoy your stay to the fullest.

  • Look through our Members Network to connect with Gaborone’s Irish expats.
  • Become active in our Expat Forums in order to find insider tips and suggestions from fellow Irish expats in Gaborone.
  • Make full use of the Expat Guide for Gaborone to obtain important information on your temporary home abroad.

Mix and Mingle with Irish in Gaborone at Our Events

Our Gaborone community is also lively and welcoming offline. The InterNations Ambassadors host regular get-togethers and a range of expat activities, e.g. a chic dining experience in Gaborone’s trendiest restaurant or a get-away with fellow Irish expats to discover its gently rolling tableland. These activities make it easy for you to get to know other expats from Ireland in your local community and meet Irish in Botswana in a comfortable setting. If this sounds interesting to you, simply sign up for membership – we are looking forward to welcoming you among our Irish living in Gaborone!

Jonathan Brown

"As an expat in Gaborone & beyond, I learned to love Botsuana's treasures and would like to share my love for my second home with you. "

Melanie Rasbery

"Gaborone's a comparatively small African metropolis, but I still needed help from expats and locals to relocate and settle in. "

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