Friday, December 22, 2006

The Travel Net - Africa

The Sedia Riverside Hotel has recently been highlighted on The Travel Net a webside about world travel. Click on the above link and visit the site. What follows is an introduction taken from their article:

David blogs of Africa and in particular that beautiful unspolied parcel of wilderness – the Okavongo Delta. Tourists travel to the Okavongo Delta from all over the world for the amazing wildlife viewing opportunites. The elephants and hippo are especially plentiful.

The Sedia Riverside Hotel sits at the edge of the Thamalakane River and because of its location the hotel is considered a prime travel destination by travelers. In one of his posts David writes of the hippos that he saw just down river from the Sedia
Continue reading ‘The Okavongo Delta is a Bird Lovers Paradise - Botswana’

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

"Ke Mo Sedia!"

Maun Celebrates Life at Sedia

Sedia Riverside Hotel is a special place in Maun. The reasons people celebrate at Sedia are as long as your arm. During any given week there are wedding reception, company parties, a child’s birthday party, training workshops in the Conference Centre, a special dinner with your wife of girlfriend or a football team celebrating their winning end to the season.

Many people arrive back in Maun for a visit. They sit at a shady terrace table and work their cell phones. “Ke mo Sedia… Ke mo Sedia…” Soon their table is full of old friends, pleasantly chatting away – their conversation mixing with the splashing coming from the pool and gentle breezes rustling the shade giving leaves. Who could ask for anything more!

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Request For Information - Sedia Riverside Hotel

Monday, December 11, 2006

Botswana Prepares For Xmas

Merry Christmas Party – Maun

The holiday season is fast approaching. Santa and Sedia Riverside Hotel are busy catering to the season’s festivities. Tables are being joined together for company dinner parties – white tablecloths set with wine glasses, plates, cutlery and candles. The staff is as helpful as Santa’s elves. Ho, ho, ho!

Larger groups are catered to on the expansive lawn. Often a big tent is set-up for serving food, dancing or just in case it rains. This is the way to start the holiday season – at Sedia Riverside Hotel. Be prepared for the New Year. Merry Christmas to all!