Chobe Savanna Lodge

Namibia

  • Boat safaris long the Chobe River
  • Air-conditioned accommodation
  • Sundowners in the bush
  • Watch elephant and giraffe by the river from the bar
  • Visit the local village

Open: Open all year. 

Location: It is the only permanent lodge within the national park of Chobe. It's about 10 kms from Kasane, and very accessible to Victoria Falls. It is on the banks of the Chobe River. 

Rooms:  The lodge has 13 chalets, 3 are family units.  The rooms can be configured as double or twin rooms. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, private verandas, air conditioning, ceiling fan, safe, tea and coffee making facilities and a minibar.  

Activities:  Activities are water-based and this is an excellent opportunity to see wildlife from the water in a motor boat.  Fishing excursions (catch-and-release) are popular with all ages. Cultural visits to a nearby community and school are also offered.  Guided walks in the surrounding are possible depending on water levels.

Facilities: There is a small swimming pool, lounge area with stunning vistas, anlevated bar and wildlife viewing point, tucked under the eaves of the thatch and timber main building with amazing sunset views, an evening campfire area.

Dining: The meals are both buffet and a la carte, served in the main dining area with 270 degree views of the surroundings.  

Children: Children of all ages are welcome, but if they are under 6 years old game drives must be taken in a private vehicle (at extra cost). 

Health: This is a malarial area.  

Communication: Mobile signal is weak here but you may get some.

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

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