You'll get more than just a bed and breakfast at Maun Waterfront Guesthouse, which offers style and comfort, impressive attention to detail and the warmest of welcomes.
Welcome to Maun Waterfront Guesthouse, idyllically situated on the Thamalakane River, only a ten minute drive from Maun Village, the gateway to one of the last wilderness areas in Africa.
From the tranquility of the Thamalakane River, the sights and sounds of the abundant birdlife and, if you look closely, the occasional sighting of a hippo or crocodile cruising past your verandah, sets the tone of your stay with us.
At Maun Waterfront we are enthusiastic about providing a level of comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, that ensures you will relax and enjoy your stay.
Whether you are in Maun briefly on business, passing through on a 4 X 4 self- drive safari or overnighting before flying out either home or on to a Lodge.. Maun Waterfront offers you the best introduction to Botswana.
While Staying at Maun Waterfront....
Why not take advantage of the close proximity to Maun Village, Moremi and the Okavango Delta and book some activities
Day Trips into Moremi
The Moremi Game Reserve one day game drive is ideally suited for those that do not have the time nor the appetite to camp overnight and are too comfortable at Maun Waterfront
Mokoro (Canoe) Trips
There is no experience more connected to Botswana's Okavango Delta than a journey through its reed-lined channels in a mokoro.Propelled with poles by expert local polers, glide through the lilies with your eyes just above water level.
Flying over the delta in a light plane or helicopter is the experience of a lifetime. The offices for all air-charter companies in Maun are either in or next to the airport. Take your passport when making a booking.
Sundowner Boat Cruises
Enjoy a boat cruise on the Thamalakane River within Maun town, passing by the beautiful water lilies that line the rivers edge. Spot the water birds, glide past the Maun Game Reserve where giraffe, zebra, kudu, wildebeest and impala are regularly spotted during a boat cruise.