Selebi - Phikwe’s First Citrus Farm

Selebi Phikwe Citrus, a pioneer for agriculture in Botswana, is a 1200-hectare horticultural development near Selebi-Phikwe in the Central District of Botswana. Intended as a flagship project for the country, it will set in motion the growth and expansion of a sustainable industry.

Where it all began

What started as a dream many years ago has slowly but surely become a reality. Today, a 1200-hectare citrus farm is taking shape in a small town called Selebi-Phikwe, situated in the Central District of Botswana. Furthermore, this ambitious project is not only transforming the agricultural landscape but also creating opportunities for people and businesses in the region.

The first saplings of citrus trees are growing beautifully at Selebi Phikwe Citrus.

2025 Target


Ha Citrus


Ha mixed Fruit



The development of 880 hectares of citrus and 320 hectares of other fruit started in 2020 and will be completed by 2025. 

Production for Agriculture in Botswana

Although the first tree was planted in 2020, our orchards will only reach full production in a few years’ time. Our team is hard at work, with the vision to establish 800 hectares of citrus and 400 hectares of other fruit by 2025.

Valencia Orange illustrated in a cartoon manner.
Artistic illustration of a lemon
Artistic illustration of a Valencia Orange
Mandarin depicted as an artistic illustration
Workers on Selebi Phikwe Farm on their way to the orchards for daily maintenance.

Curious about the project?

We are very passionate about the project and believe it will make a great impact on the agricultural sector of Botswana. The success of a project of this scale is dependent on all the people who contribute.


For more information on the project, please get in touch.