Cresta Riley'S Hotel

Address: Riverside Road, Maun, Botswana | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Riverside Road, Maun, is near Okavango Delta, Tsodilo Hills, and Katavi National Park.
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      Another big drive

      A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... wildlife but not a huge amount. It was still only 4pm on a very hot day so most would have been hiding in the bushes. It was amazing to see all the animal tracks though. We did some low slow flying over the water which was fun. It was a great way to see a bit of the delta and village life. Before long it was time to hit the hay in the heat and prepare for the next day's ...

      Jongens, meisjes aan de kant

      A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Nov 21, 2014


      ... but 1 year will be enough and then it's time to move on :)
      I just came back from another 17 days' safari and I still enjoy the bush a lot, but if it happens to be the last safari, then it is also ok. Now I have one week off, enjoying some time on myself, and as it is rainy season right now, there are no more safaris booked unti???l... so next Tuesday I start working in one of our lodges again.

      Besides the 23 lions, 8 cheetahs, 1 hyena, 1 ...

      Is This Real Life??

      A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Nov 18, 2014

      ... and it's really an impressive sight to see! We also discovered a Maribou Stork, which is a member of a group called the Ugly Five, of which we have already seen 2 - the wildebeest and the vulture. As we were driving further on, Thuto suddenly veered off to the side of the road and started inspecting the dust rather intensely. There were very clear imprints, not just of tracks, but of lions! There were several imprints down the road of what ...

      Duba Plains Camp

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 20, 2014

      27 photos

      ... James told us that it was very likely that the croc would ultimately win this battle, as lions are at a big disadvantage in combating a crocodile in any watery area. In fact, a single crocodile can easily kill a full grown lion if it is trying to swim across a lake or river. They simply grab one foot in their mouth and take it down under water to drown it.
      We are sad to have missed the kill, but happy to have seen so much of interest just ...

      And I been livin' my life for quite some time

      A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Oct 19, 2014


      ... are taking care of it (even if they only put a tent, it's enough).

      A Motswana that retires before the age of 65, will get the retirement money one time in his life, so he/she will have to plan properly his future. If they retire after, they get, just like in Europe, a monthly retirement contribution.

      In Africa there is a big difference between now, just now and now now...If, being a white person, you start using those terms, you ...