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Best affordable accommodation in Maun Botswana

Best affordable accommodation in Maun Botswana


One of the best ways to find some very snazzy yet affordable accommodation in Maun Botswana is by making good use of the AirBnB app.
Here are our top finds.....

Tlou Cottage

Tlou Cottage

Tlou cottage is a quaint yet rustic two bedroom, self-catering cottage overlooking the Maun Game Park. With WiFi, Laundry Service, Safe Parking and in beautiful quite surroundings situated conveniently in town this is the perfect base for anyone looking to explore the Okavango Delta.

Otto House & Shack


Otto House


"Otto House is a Eco house that sits on the banks of the Thamalakane River, the gateway to the great Okavango Delta. Otto was featured in the VISI magazine (Feb/March 2016) and awarded the Afrisam 2016 Architectural Award for Natural Building Technology"

Birders retreat

Birders Retreat


"Situated on the banks of the Boro river Gateway to the Okavango delta. We have a large riverine river frontage,large lawns, garden etc. Studio workshop for artists. Guests are able to use a separate kitchen or book meals in the main building. Chalets have a Tea & Coffee station and a Bar fridge
Each chalet can sleep two people. Children are welcome but must be well behaved.
The property is approximately 13 Kms from the center of Maun, very quiet, with great bird life."

 

 

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