About Thamalakane River Lodge
Thamalakane River Lodge is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River, just 19kms from Maun and en route to the famous Moremi Game Reserve. The rambling lodge has an idyllic setting and is committed to service excellence. Their 32 luxury stone and thatch en suite chalets are nestled in the shade of the riverine trees. Twin and doubles are available.
The spacious chalet interiors have a feature stonewall with an en-suite bathroom consisting of a shower, hand-basin and toilet. Rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, ceiling fans and mosquito nets. Rooms are well ventilated with a unique “skylight type” wall. Each chalet has a private patio with a river view. The Thamalakane lodge restaurant is a magnificent rambling thatch and wood structure with views of the Thamalakane River. This lodge feature is open to the public and has become renowned for its high standard of cuisine and service. The restaurant setting is idyllic with superb sunsets views to be experienced over the River. Thamalakane Restaurant has a good wine list and a superb menu. Other facilities include a pool and massage facilities. The generous camping area has electrified sites and a modern ablution building. We can also arrange your tours safaris and scenic flights. Birding opportunities abound at the lodge, with the option of a Mokoro trip on the Thamalakane River taken from the lodge. The lodge offers day trip excursions by boat and game vehicle into the Delta and the Moremi.
Safari: We offer various mobile safaris into the Moremi Game reserve, khwai, Chobe and Savuti. We also offer boating and overnights into the Delta.
Spa: We offer spa facilities with massages and pedicures & manicures.
Wedding Venues: Fantastic location for a wedding, please book early.
Family friendly: We have family rooms and sleeper couches in our standard rooms to accommodate children. Children welcome on our activities.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling