Raised Thatch and Reed Chalets on Xugana Lagoon of BotswanaMaun, Ngamiland District (Botswana)
Raised Thatch and Reed Chalets on Xugana Lagoon of Botswana
This property has eight accommodations, each sleeping up to two guests. The reed and thatch chalets are raised and they border the island, with private viewing decks facing the lagoon. There are en-suite facilities, with all the necessary appliances you would find in any other type of accommodation.
The main lodge is made of thatch and timber. It has a dining room and cocktail bar, as well as a sitting area with a library of wildlife references. There is a main elevated viewing platform from which all guests can observe the panorama of the lagoon as well as the surrounding natural habitat it serves. There is a secluded swimming pool with a sundeck, and there is a thatched boma where brunch and tea can be served.
All meals and local brand drinks are included in the rates, as well as all scheduled game-viewing activities, Moremi Game Reserve park entrance fees and emergency medical evacuation. There is also complimentary laundry service.
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry service
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
There are no internet, telephone, or fax facilities on this property, though there is constant two-way contact between the managers of the lodge and the Operations Office in Maun.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Maun, Ngamiland District (Botswana)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
Game Drives: There is the option to go on morning or afternoon drives to explore the reserve in open 4x4 safari vehicles. This allows you to track wildlife such as lion, leopard and/or cheetah.
Motorboat: You can explore the Xakanaxa Lagoon as well as the channels of the Okavango Delta.