The Maun Lodge is a small, but efficient, hotel on the banks of the Thamalakane River, 4 kilometres from Maun Airport and 2,5 kilometres from Maun’s CBD. The Maun Lodge is the ideal stop-over for tourists on their way to or from the Okavango Delta, one of Botswana’s premier tourist attractions.
The 3-star accommodation offered by the Maun Lodge include rooms, luxury riverfront suites, as well as thatched chalets.
At Maun Lodge, the 6 double rooms, 20 twin rooms and 4 family rooms are all airconditioned and en suite, and have tea/coffee-making facilities, airconditioning, room service, laundry services as well as limited bouquet satellite television.
The 3 luxury riverfront suites at Maun Lodge each has a private verandah overlooking the Thamalakane river. Each suite is en suite, airconditioned and has a charming lounge area, double bed, fully serviced bar fridge (on request), tea/coffee-making facilities, room service, laundry service, as well as full bouquet satellite television. The Presidential Suite at Maun Lodge offers a king-size bed, as well as a fully stocked bar, with waiter or self-service.
For travelers on a tight budget, the Maun Lodge offers 12 thatched chalets, all en suite, fully airconditioned and with tea/coffee-making facilities. Four of the chalets are twin accommodation (2 single beds), while 8 chalets cater for families (2 beds and double sleeper couch).
At Maun Lodge, diners can choose between an a la carte meal in the restaurant, or a more traditional option in the boma (open air bar and restaurant). The barbeque (braai) and local specialities offered in Maun Lodge’s boma have a reputation for being scrumptious. Another option at Maun Lodge is the Pygmy Goose Bar, where you can enjoy chef’s specials as well as international and traditional cuisine.
The staff at Maun Lodge are friendly and will arrange tours, safaris, helicopter flips or light aircraft flights into the Okavango Delta at your request. Other activities that can be arrange include a visit to a cultural village, or a visit to a crocodile farm in Botswana.