Gantsi (sometimes spelt as Ghanzi) is the centre of Gantsi District occupied mainly by the three main tribes of Basarwa, Bakgalagadi and Baherero.
Although being the furthest town from other Botswana urban centres, the roads to Gantsi are made of excellent tarmac and in good condition.
Gantsi District is a thriving tourism area in wildlife and cultural tourism. The District occupies the heart of the Kalahari Desert.
Being unique for adopting its name from its administrative capital, Gantsi District is the host to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve which is the second largest game reserve in Africa.
The Kgalagadi District is considered the livestock hub of Botswana with its high population of livestock. The administrative capital of the District is Tsabong.
The district broke ground by hosting the first trans-frontier park shared with South Africa. the Kgalagadi Trans-frontier Park is vast land that occupies 33% of the Kalahari Desert.