The chobe national park is a huge area of wildlife-attracting rivers and open grasslands
Chobe National Park is firmly located in Botswana but does spill over the country’s border into Namibia’s Caprivi Strip. The Chobe River that separates the 2 countries also means that both nations enjoy the wildlife that frequent it. As home to one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa, visitors to the Chobe National Park can be rest assured that they will encounter a plethora of wildlife wherever they may travel within it. The Serondela area lies on the banks of the Chobe River and as such offers sightings of an abundance of birdlife. Carmine bee-eaters and waterfowl and other species like elephant, giraffe, sable and cape buffalo all call the Serondela area their home.
The Chobe Savannah Lodge is a fine accommodation on the Namibian banks of the Chobe River. It offers lodgings in the form of 26 secluded thatched chalets, all overlooking the river. Each chalet is air-conditioned and equipped with every necessary amenity. Chobe Savannah Lodge prides itself on its facilities, most notably its new concept restaurant and two separate bars, each one complete with its own unique views. It may be hard to resist staying in when one considers the health & beauty salon, squash court and swimming pool, but the only thing better than the lodge’s facilities are the activities it offers. Guests can enjoy game drives into the Chobe National Park and get a taste of an elephant population 80,000 strong. The river also holds many treasures, such as river cruises for safari enthusiasts and the chance to catch the elusive tiger fish. The nearby Victoria Falls are always an option and Chobe Savannah Lodge offers a variety of tours, from all-inclusive excursions to charter buses.
Chobe National Park holds a world of wonder for its visitors, wherever they may stay. A few night’s stay at the Chobe River Lodge is an ideal way to end off a Botswana tour before you set off for your next African destination. Its lush river banks paint a stark contrast for the dry saltpans and rolling dunes you may have seen days before. Wherever and however you choose to enjoy Chobe National Park.
Reasons to visit:
- Abundant wildlife ranging from zebra and giraffe to lions and hyenas
- More than 70,000 elephants
- Savuti is the only place in Botswana where the puku antelope can be seen
- River cruises on the Chobe River
- Exciting wildlife encounters on expertly conducted game drives
- Special, romantic options for honeymooners
- Close proximity to the Victoria Falls
- Luxurious accommodation offering top-class service and fantastic meals
Chobe Game Lodge
Chobe Savanna Lodge
Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge
Ichingo Chobe River Lodge
Kwalape Safari Lodge
Linyanti Bush Camp
Linyanti Ebony Camp
Ngoma Safari Lodge
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero Lodge
Savute Safari Lodge
The Old House
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