Flight tickets from Richards Bay to Maun

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Getting to Know Maun

Maun is the fifth largest city in Botswana and is situated in the north of the country. The population of Maun is estimated at around 115,000 inhabitants. The local time zone is Central African Time (CAT) which is two hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) The official language is English, and Setswana is widely spoken as well as a few other indigenous languages. The currency is the Botswana Pula (BWP).

Climate and Weather

The climate of Maun, Botswana is a semi-arid subtropical climate dominated by warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine year round. Summers in Maun are warm and humid, and temperatures can reach as high as 95°F (35°C) during the hottest months between December and February. Winters are mild and dry, while nights can cool off significantly with temperatures dipping as low as 40°F (4°C) at times. Rainfall is minimal throughout the year, with the wettest months of October and November receiving the highest amount. Maun’s location close to the Kalahari Desert affects its climate significantly, making it one of the driest places in the country.

Touring Maun: Airport and Transportation

There are two airports in Maun: Maun International Airport (IATA: MUB) and Delta Maun Airport (IATA: AAM). You can get from Maun International Airport to downtown Maun by taxi and the fare should be around P150 (approximately US$11.60). Yes, you can change money at Maun airport, at the South African Bureau of Exchange (SABE).

Exploring the Rich History and Culture of Maun

  1. Located in northern Botswana, the city of Maun is the entrance for visitors to the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  2. The city is known for its rich culture, with many people from the nearby villages of Bakgatla, Bakgalagadi and Bayei gathering in Maun
  3. Visitors to Maun can take part in a variety of cultural activities, such as traditional dancing, singing village songs, and exploring local markets and craft stalls

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