Gunn's Camp Maun

Address: Plot 244, Airport Road, Maun, Botswana | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Plot 244, Airport Road, Maun, is near Okavango Delta, Tsodilo Hills, and Katavi National Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGunn's Camp Maun

    Reviewed by bniester

    I don't think you can do any better

    Reviewed Oct 2, 2010
    by (8 reviews) Ann Arbor, MI , United States Flag of United States

    For my money from what I saw in the Delta, I don't think you could do any better than Gunn's camp. I nearly had the run of the place to myself but the staff bent over backwards to make me feel not alone. From fishing trips (I got your number Petros!) to story telling and cocktails and community dinners.. .how can you go wrong with hippos and elephants walking by during meals and while you lounge on your own private screened porch drinking wine, beer or tea... ahhhh.. now I feel I need to go back!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by pachi

    An African experience.

    Reviewed Jan 29, 2008
    by (26 reviews) Santiago , Chile Flag of Chile

    An interesting African experience. I would gladly stay there again.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Gunn's Camp Maun

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Maun

    Crawling home

    A travel blog entry by pachi on Jan 29, 2008

    19 photos

    Up at 5:45 for breakfast and then to the local canoes called morokos to cross the channel. Longer rides are not possible at this time of year as there are hippos in the channels and these are Africa's most dangerous large animal. They are extremely territorial and kill more people than any other large animal in Africa. We ccould hear them from the …

    Singing in the rain, sloshing in the mud.

    A travel blog entry by pachi on Jan 28, 2008

    24 photos

    Morning delay at shopping mall as someone needed to change money. We were already behind schedule which, in the vastness of Africa, could have different outcomes. A long, long drive through Botswana, the landscape rarely changing - sometimes fewer shrubs. Then we began to pass through flooded areas and the concept of rainy season took on new …

    Craziest drive of my life

    A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Finally one that was less drunk pushed him away while the drunk looked indignant. He tried to explain a little better. He said go to the river then turn left keeping the river on your right and something about a large sign. We never saw any sign. We started but I heard the drunk say, go into the water. We drove back to the dead end, saw the water, got out and thought about going through but decided against it. Good decision. That was one spot of many. Turned out the road was ...

    Okavango Delta, Botswana

    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Apr 02, 2015

    60 photos

    ... next 4 days. Our days will be devoted to an in-depth exploration of the delta. Each year nearly 3 trillion gallons of water pour into the delta, and none of it flows out again into rivers. With less than 6 feet of height variation across its thousands of square miles the delta holds the water like a vast pool in season. That huge volume is all simply evaporated or absorbed by the thirsty earth. Yet, there are also times ...

    Okavango Delta

    A travel blog entry by bvrlymm on Mar 18, 2015

    3 comments, 56 photos

    ... with their calls.

    We’ve seen the two lionesses who inhabit the area. John sighted the vultures in the trees, which led to a wart hog kill nearby. Amos, the senior guide and tracker extraordinaire, located the lionesses in a clump of trees, full and resting from the warthog feast of the previous night. As we sat watching and snapping photos, the older lioness got up and began to meow softly. Soon 4 cubs were scrambling out of the grass, one ...