Conferencing - Cresta Maun


Conveniently situated, 10km from the town’s centre. Cresta Maun offers two state-of-the-art facilities for up to 300 people, ensuring your Maun Conference is a success.

Nestled on the banks of the Thamalakane River, which is the southernmost tributary to the Okavango Delta, and home to several bird species, Cresta Maun offers a tranquil setting from which visitors can explore the wonders of Botswana.

 

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