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Maun is a bustling frontier town featuring a mix of the modern and traditional, where air safari charter specialists operate alongside rural cattle herders
While not really a tourism destination itself, Maun is considered the tourism capital of Botswana. Travelers fly into Maun International airport or drive in, en route to the Okavango Delta or Moremi Game Reserve. Maun offers a number of modern hotels, lodges, restaurants and shopping centres.
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These popular itineraries can be customised to match your budget and travel dates
Game viewing by land and water come together at Makgadikgadi, Moremi and the Okavango Delta, treating you to a varied Botswana safari
per person7 days
Experience the Okavango Delta and the tropical Indian Ocean island of Benguerra for the best of both the bush and the beach
per person10 days
Maun is your starting point for adventures to the Okavango Delta or on to Moremi.
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Maun is also a major air hub for travelers flying into lodges in Moremi and the Delta and offers an interesting aviation history. Visitors can also book short scenic flights over the lush Okavango Delta ecosystem.
Maun also offers some quality shopping opportunities, both for outfitting a safari or for local souvenirs. Conventional arts and crafts shops are located at the airport and centre of town. Travelers can watch craft-makers at work at shops further afield. Hand-woven baskets, textiles, and pottery are particularly popular.
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