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At the end of a long and weary drive, we chanced upon Discovery B&B - a true jewel on the enge of Maun and the Okavango Delta. Comfy, really well maintained and extraordinarily hospitable and helpful.
A great place to stay in Maun, we stayed in many places in Maun and Discovery B&B is by far our favorite spot! The rooms are very clean and comfortable, the outdoor shower is great and always with hot water. The breakfast is very nice,...More
We spent three nights at Discovery B&B, which is ideally located to visit Moremi Game Reserve & the Okavango Delta. The atmosphere is very relaxed and pleasant. René & Marije are very very kind and helpful. They know a lot about visiting Okavango & Moremi,...More
We (senior couple from Norway) had Discovery as our base camp for 3 weeks in April, while making shorter trips to other destinations and lodges in the Territory. Excellent solution, having our own safe and guarded rondavel while travelling around with light luggage only. Simple,...More
Discovery is a lovely stop-over just outside of Maun - clean,wonderful atmosphere,extremely helpful owners and really a beautiful setting. The rooms are well set out and clean with REALLY hot water...we stayed in the family unit that was a bit small but sufficient with a...More
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Hi Sylvia, Maun is a nice city with some interesting bars and restaurants to chill out in but not a lot more to do there. If you turn left when leaving Discovery, you have a 45 minute ride over a very bad road, to the... More
Hi Sylvia, Maun is a nice city with some interesting bars and restaurants to chill out in but not a lot more to do there. If you turn left when leaving Discovery, you have a 45 minute ride over a very bad road, to the entrance of Moremi Game Park. We have a wonderful game viewing time there, the highlight being a herd of bathing hippos. But a strong word of warning, DO NOT self drive. I have a 4x4 and still got stuck more than once in the very deep and fine sand they call a road. There are great guides in suitable vehicles which are the recommended option.