MAUN: Cresta Marakanelo Limited has announced that the 10th Ngamiland Letlhafula Festival, will take place on May 27th at Cresta Riley’s Maun. The highly anticipated annual event is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
The festival celebrates the rich heritage, traditional food, dance, music, and culture of the Ngamiland region. As part of the Bona Botswana Jwa Rona campaign, the event aims to showcase what the Ngamiland area has to offer. Cresta Riley’s Maun is the perfect venue for this celebration, given its prime location in the heart of the Ngamiland region.
“We are thrilled to be hosting the 10th Ngamiland Letlhafula Festival at Cresta Riley’s Maun,” says the Cluster General Manager Maun, Dr Seth Mongwaketse.”Maun is a special place for us because we have two properties in this area, and we are excited to be a part of this important celebration of Ngamiland culture.”
Tickets for the festival are available at any Cresta property across the country, and attendees are encouraged to come dressed in traditional attire. The event is open to individuals, families, the corporate world, and everyone who is interested in experiencing the rich culture of the Ngamiland region.
During the day, children will have access to a kiddies’ corner, ensuring that the festival is a family-friendly affair. In addition, premium accommodation will be available for guests who attend the event at an affordable price.
To cap it all, there will be performances from top artists, including Ndingo Johwa and several local artists, who will keep the crowd entertained throughout the event.
This year’s Ngamiland Letlhafula Festival promises to be a celebration of a lifetime, and Cresta Marakanelo Limited encourages everyone to attend and experience the vibrant Ngamiland culture.