Pangolin Chobe Hotel, Botswana, offers a unique eco-friendly destination, perfect to enjoy the famous Pangolin Photo experiences at the beautiful Chobe National Park either both by water and land.
A fully inclusive package, with all meals and selected drinks included. A hearty brunch, a relaxing high-tea and delicious dinner with wine or beer provided. Two photo safaris are offered per day with expert guides. Pangolin can supply cameras, lenses, and tuition by the resident photographic host.
A beautiful safari-style setting while staying in the luxury of a Pangolin Chobe Hotel venue, newly built fourteen bedrooms designed specifically to ensure every photographer will feel catered for in comfort and in the up-to-date equipment needs.
The main meeting point of the pangolin hotel is the dining room, while the editing area has been designed to allow for both those who would like to have tuition and those who would like to concentrate on their images independently.
The bar and pool terrace offers a space to chill and enjoy cooling off after a day in the park. Pangolins Chobe hotel is to have an inclusive elegant yet relaxed atmosphere where you instantaneously feel like you are a part of a community of wildlife photographically-minded people.
Wildlife photography adorns the walled areas with inspiring images, and lots of spaces to relax in, both with others and independently. The upper deck has a bar with breathtaking views over the pool terrace and the Chobe River and Caprivi floodplains.
Downstairs is a large dining-room space where meals are taken together, either inside or out on the terrace. Leading from this is the pool deck with a fire-pit, the central point of the eco-pool area, creating a sunken lounge to sit and share time around whilst enjoying the beautiful African evenings. Braais (Southern African barbecues) are taken on certain evenings around the fire. Creating a wonderful way to enjoy the fresh evening air and a chance to get to know those who are also staying.
An air-conditioned editing pangolin suite leads off from the gallery, with room for sixteen photographers, all being able to work on their images 24/7. Being dark enough to edit on your laptop (you must bring your own) and if you are staying as part of a workshop or group, the editing suite will be made available privately to you for at least an hour each day.
Wifi is provided throughout the Pangolin Chobe Hotel, due to the location it is not as fast as other parts of the world, however, is certainly sufficient for browsing, social media updates, and downloads of a reasonable size. Pangolin Chobe staff will ensure you are collected from the nearby Kasane airport. We can arrange this for you.
Several Wildlife Photography Workshops are available at various times of the year which can combine stays at the hotel and in a tented camp and the houseboat please ask us for details if these would interest you.
The workshops are hosted by one of the Pangolin resident photographic guides ready to guide you through the basics and assist you with more advanced techniques to take your photography to the next level.
Cameras can be provided free of charge, please ask in advance. Pangolin can supply you with all the memory cards that you likely to fill each day. In the time between the morning and afternoon safari drives, post-production editing can take place with the assistance of the guide, so it is recommended that you bring a laptop in order to review your images in the group workshops.
The contact numbers to make a reservation at Pangolin Chobe Hotel are:
• Cape Town Reservations +27 (0) 21 794 9050
• Durban Reservations: +27 (0) 31 941 5945
• Johannesburg Reservations: +27 (0) 10 446 8045.
Alternatively, you can check availability and book online by clicking here.