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Royal Tree Lodge
Royal Tree Lodge

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Royal Tree Lodge: picture gallery


Royal Tree Lodge offers tented accommodation making it unusual for a property in Maun.
The open-plan main area has a comfortable lounge...
and a welcoming bar.
Guests staying here have the option to eat meals individually or as a group.
The decor is traditional - with African prints, wooden masks, carvings and clay pots.
Outside a large teak deck wraps around an enormous leadwood tree...
...dinner is often served here, under the stars - weather permitting!
Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents and chalets.
It's safe to walk to your rooms at night - as there are no predators in this private reserve.
Canvas flaps cover the windows which can be rolled up increase the air flow.
Each room has its own verandah offering a private place to relax.
Inside soft furnishings in creams and animal print create a stylish ensemble...
...whilst polished wood floors add a touch of luxury.
The sleeping area is divided from the bathroom by a wall and sink bench...
...where you could relax after a long flight or dusty safari by wallowing in a bath.
The toilet is found in a separate room offering a little privacy.
Each tent also has a private outdoor, open-air shower.
The two honeymoon chalets are named after bird species....
....both of which are regular visitors to the lodge.
A small, refreshing pool has been built into a raised wooden deck...
...with plenty of sun loungers for the warmer days.
Activities include the sunset horseback safaris...
...on which you might spot some of the reserve's wildlife.
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Royal Tree Lodge offers tented accommodation making it unusual for a property in Maun.
Royal Tree Lodge offers tented accommodation making it unusual for a property in Maun.
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The open-plan main area has a comfortable lounge...
The open-plan main area has a comfortable lounge...
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and a welcoming bar.
and a welcoming bar.
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Guests staying here have the option to eat meals individually or as a group.
Guests staying here have the option to eat meals individually or as a group.
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The decor is traditional - with African prints, wooden masks, carvings and clay pots.
The decor is traditional - with African prints, wooden masks, carvings and clay pots.
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Outside a large teak deck wraps around an enormous leadwood tree...
Outside a large teak deck wraps around an enormous leadwood tree...
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...dinner is often served here, under the stars - weather permitting!
...dinner is often served here, under the stars - weather permitting!
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Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents and chalets.
Sandy paths lead from the main area to the tents and chalets.
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It's safe to walk to your rooms at night - as there are no predators in this private reserve.
It's safe to walk to your rooms at night - as there are no predators in this private reserve.
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Canvas flaps cover the windows which can be rolled up increase the air flow.
Canvas flaps cover the windows which can be rolled up increase the air flow.
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Each room has its own verandah offering a private place to relax.
Each room has its own verandah offering a private place to relax.
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Inside soft furnishings in creams and animal print create a stylish ensemble...
Inside soft furnishings in creams and animal print create a stylish ensemble...
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...whilst polished wood floors add a touch of luxury.
...whilst polished wood floors add a touch of luxury.
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The sleeping area is divided from the bathroom by a wall and sink bench...
The sleeping area is divided from the bathroom by a wall and sink bench...
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...where you could relax after a long flight or dusty safari by wallowing in a bath.
...where you could relax after a long flight or dusty safari by wallowing in a bath.
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The toilet is found in a separate room offering a little privacy.
The toilet is found in a separate room offering a little privacy.
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Each tent also has a private outdoor, open-air shower.
Each tent also has a private outdoor, open-air shower.
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The two honeymoon chalets are named after bird species....
The two honeymoon chalets are named after bird species....
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....both of which are regular visitors to the lodge.
....both of which are regular visitors to the lodge.
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A small, refreshing pool has been built into a raised wooden deck...
A small, refreshing pool has been built into a raised wooden deck...
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...with plenty of sun loungers for the warmer days.
...with plenty of sun loungers for the warmer days.
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Activities include the sunset horseback safaris...
Activities include the sunset horseback safaris...
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...on which you might spot some of the reserve's wildlife.
...on which you might spot some of the reserve's wildlife.

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