The Chobe Safari Lodge nestles on Botswana's far northern border in Southern Africa. Where the Kwando river, thee Linyanti river, and the Chobe river system forms a series of extraordinary lakes, islands, and floodplains.The Chobe Lodge is 3 km from the Kasane International Airport, Botswana, and about 80km from the Victoria Falls and Livingstone in Zambia. This region is famous for its giant buffalo and elephant herds. Also, to a variety of predators, travellers to the park can observe an abundance of wild game and birdlife which are home to these magnificent waterways.
Safari drives into the park depart three times daily. Alternatively, guests can choose a full day's safari drive with the option of including a picnic lunch. Boat Cruises are led by the lodge's expert guides who are available throughout the day to suit the guests' individual needs. Game viewing in Botswana's Chobe National Park is a unique experience as this national park is home to the largest concentration of wildlife in southern Africa. The Park is one of the best destinations in the world to see the majestic African elephant in its natural surrounding as the park is home to the world's largest elephant population.
Cruises into the area is a beautiful and somewhat different way of viewing the game compared to the safari drives which are conducted in 4x4 safari vehicles. Especially during the dry season, the wildlife congregates in their thousands at the water's edge to quench their thirst.
A vast and varied Chobe safari lodge breakfast buffet are offered at the terrace restaurant, with a choice of a continental or fully cooked English style breakfast. Lunchtime snacks are available at the Cocktail Bar, or the bar staff will gladly serve guests while relaxing around the pool.
The Sedudu Sunset Bar overlooks Sedudu Island and is a perfect venue from which to marvel at the magnificent African sunset while to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. At night, dine under the stars by the light of a hurricane lamp, or at the terrace restaurant overlooking the waters of the river.