Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Valentines Day Dinner

Hope to see you there - on the Terrace!

Posted by Sedia Riverside Hotel on Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Monday, February 08, 2016

Botswana Association of Theatre Activists at Sedia

Maun Regional Conference of Botswana Association of Theatre Activists (BAOTA) at a breakfast meeting - Sedia Riverside Hotel.

Posted by Sedia Riverside Hotel on Sunday, 7 February 2016

Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Clients and Customers - Treated Equally.

Deko attending to Didier Pijolet and associate of Africa All Ways for breakfast this morning. Thanks for the book Didier - it is a treasure.

Posted by Sedia Riverside Hotel on Thursday, 28 January 2016

Thamalakane Dry - Terrace Bar and Pool Wet

Looking across the Thamalakane River at Sedia - where a rainbow is always shining.

Posted by Sedia Riverside Hotel on Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Welcome to Sedia

                                Check into Sedia Riverside Hotel and enjoy the ambiance.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Bat Hawk Feeding at Sedia Hotel Campsite

Twilight last week and a Bat Hawk chased a small sparrow like bird into a car door. While it was stunned and on the ground, it came back to collect it's supper. Then it was off to a tree to dine. It must have been rather young - it seemed to have more brown than most description.

This all happened while I was waiting for the coals to cook supper.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Sedia Hotel Flood Research

Camp in the best of comfort, close to what may well be the greatest flood of your lifetime. Book an accommodated tent and do your own research on what could be the 'mother of all floods.'

Sedia Riverside Hotel is also an internet hotspot - bring your laptop and keep up to date with the latest research information. Walk the banks of the mighty Thamalakane River while you still can - marvel at the majesty of a vibrant river in full flow. Get close to the action - these are the good old days!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Sedia Riverside Hotel Inquires:

African Jacana - Mating at Sedia

(Photo: Dr. Ernst Reitan)

Timing is everything - a time to mate and a time to be born and timing a great photo. Here we have 2 African Jacana mating just upstream from Sedia Riverside Hotel. Notice the 2 eggs resting on their floating nest. They lay up to 4 during the mating season - "They construct relatively flimsy nests on floating vegetation, and lay eggs with dark irregular lines on their shells, providing camouflage amongst water weeds[1]."

Sedia now has a 9 metre boat for sundown cruises - a chance for you to see the bird life along the shores of the mighty Thamalakane River and look for animals by the Maun Game Reserve. What a wonderful way to end the day.