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Botswana

Royal Tree Lodge

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Set on the banks of the Thamalakane River, Royal Tree Lodge is Four Star private game reserve just twenty minutes from Maun, the gateway to the world-famous Okavango Delta.

Accommodations at the lodge consist of luxury tents and honeymoon chalets set on raised wide-angle teak decks. The Meru-style luxury tents are well-furnished and include crisp cotton linen, comfortable twin beds, and overhead fans. The en suite bathroom features a deep soaking bath surrounded by candles and a romantic outdoor shower. The air-conditioned honeymoon chalets are private and romantic with king size canopy beds covered in soft, white linens. The en suite bathroom comes with a deep tub with panoramic views of the forest and an outdoor shower.

The lodge is located in a private game reserve not far from Maun. The Reserve sits on the banks of the Thamalakane River and includes an abundance of wildlife including giraffe, zebra, springbok, ostrich, eland, gemsbok, and kudu as well as an extensive variety of bird life. The nearby Okavango Delta covers an area of over anywhere from 9,000 square miles in the drier season to 13,000 square miles in the wetter season and consists of extensive waterways, swamps, flooded grasslands, and floodplains. Not surprisingly, this oasis attracts some of the world’s highest concentrations of wildlife, including all the quintessential African mammals from lion to elephant to hippo to giraffe to rhino to zebra as well as crocodiles, hyena, cheetah, leopard, sable antelope, buffalo, zebra, warthog, and chacma baboon.

There are many exciting activities available at the lodge. Daily game drives are conducted by an expert guide who was born in the area. Taking place in comfortable 4×4 vehicles, game drives explore the abundant wildlife in the Moremi Game Reserve. Walking safaris take a closer look at the local flora and fauna as well as lesson on tracking animals and identifying plants. For a unique perspective, horseback safaris discover the region from atop a well-trained horse owned by Robyn and David Foot. These gentle horses are well-accustomed to the resident game animals and can access areas unavailable by vehicles. For an aerial view of the Okavango, there are helicopter and fixed-wing flights available which can be booked on a per hour basis.

The main lodge enjoys beautiful forest views where vervet monkeys can be seen and heard from the trees. World class cuisine is served by candlelight on the lodge’s expansive teak deck. There is a refreshing pool, perfect for an afternoon swim during the heat of the day. Well-marked walking trails allow guests to explore the Concession. At night, everyone gathers around the campfire for a drink and to share stories of the day’s adventures.

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Botswana

Royal Tree Lodge

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on the banks of the Thamalakane River, Royal Tree Lodge is Four Star private game reserve just twenty minutes from Maun, the gateway to the world-famous Okavango Delta.

Accommodations at the lodge consist of luxury tents and honeymoon chalets set on raised wide-angle teak decks. The Meru-style luxury tents are well-furnished and include crisp cotton linen, comfortable twin beds, and overhead fans. The en suite bathroom features a deep soaking bath surrounded by candles and a romantic outdoor shower. The air-conditioned honeymoon chalets are private and romantic with king size canopy beds covered in soft, white linens. The en suite bathroom comes with a deep tub with panoramic views of the forest and an outdoor shower.

The lodge is located in a private game reserve not far from Maun. The Reserve sits on the banks of the Thamalakane River and includes an abundance of wildlife including giraffe, zebra, springbok, ostrich, eland, gemsbok, and kudu as well as an extensive variety of bird life. The nearby Okavango Delta covers an area of over anywhere from 9,000 square miles in the drier season to 13,000 square miles in the wetter season and consists of extensive waterways, swamps, flooded grasslands, and floodplains. Not surprisingly, this oasis attracts some of the world’s highest concentrations of wildlife, including all the quintessential African mammals from lion to elephant to hippo to giraffe to rhino to zebra as well as crocodiles, hyena, cheetah, leopard, sable antelope, buffalo, zebra, warthog, and chacma baboon.

There are many exciting activities available at the lodge. Daily game drives are conducted by an expert guide who was born in the area. Taking place in comfortable 4×4 vehicles, game drives explore the abundant wildlife in the Moremi Game Reserve. Walking safaris take a closer look at the local flora and fauna as well as lesson on tracking animals and identifying plants. For a unique perspective, horseback safaris discover the region from atop a well-trained horse owned by Robyn and David Foot. These gentle horses are well-accustomed to the resident game animals and can access areas unavailable by vehicles. For an aerial view of the Okavango, there are helicopter and fixed-wing flights available which can be booked on a per hour basis.

The main lodge enjoys beautiful forest views where vervet monkeys can be seen and heard from the trees. World class cuisine is served by candlelight on the lodge’s expansive teak deck. There is a refreshing pool, perfect for an afternoon swim during the heat of the day. Well-marked walking trails allow guests to explore the Concession. At night, everyone gathers around the campfire for a drink and to share stories of the day’s adventures.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts

Coming soon!

Journeys