Chobe Game Lodge


The Chobe Game Lodge is situated in the northern part of the Chobe National Park, about 100 kilometres west of the Victoria Falls. The setting is perfect, the lodge stunning - words fail to do either justice.


The amazing view from the lodge stretches across the slowly flowing Chobe River to the wide floodplains of the Caprivi Strip with its herds of elephants, buffaloes and antelopes. The Chobe Game Lodge is the only accommodation located directly in the Chobe National Park.


The lodge is designed read more » in a Moorish style with high arches and ceilings, which give it a wonderful sensation of space and peace. The 46 tastefully decorated rooms offer a relaxing and elegant ambience.


Those who appreciate a touch of luxury will find it in one of the four suites. Meals are served alfresco on the roofed terrace. You can also meet for a pre-dinner drink in the Linyanti Bar, and perhaps afterwards drop by again for a leisurely game of pool billiard.


The lodge’s pool offers a refreshing break from the heat of a summer’s day. Interesting books about the local fauna and flora can be found at the well-stocked library. For those who had to stay at home, perhaps a small something from the souvenir shop can transport a little of the African magic across the distance.


A stylish evening meal by candlelight is the perfect finish to a day filled with adventure out on safari. The hot hours after noon are also easily whiled away – swing in a shady hammock, relax in an easy chair on the terrace or, of course, take a refreshing dip in the pool.


Moreover, the elevated position of the Lodge itself ensures that there is never a dull moment: the sweeping view of the floodplains and the animals below never cease to fascinate. Simply fantastically unique - the Chobe Game Lodge in the Chobe National Park in Botswana.


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The comfortable Chobe Game Lodge and its 46 elegant rooms blend perfectly with the national park’s wilderness all around. The elegant archways, high ceilings and pretty tile floors create a friendly read more » and calming ambience.


The intriguing Moorish style helps to keep the rooms cool and imparts a feeling of space. The rooms are also fitted with ceiling fans and air-conditioning. Of course, 220V electricity is available 24 hours a day.


The lodge also supplies a charging station for camera batteries; no adaptor is necessary. If you are looking for the next level of luxury, why not book one of the four suites; each with its own plunge pool and garden terrace.


All rooms offer amazing views out over the Chobe River and the Caprivi floodplains. Children are very welcome at the lodge, with the only proviso that those under eight are not allowed on game drives. It is for everyone’s safety.


Further comforts at the Chobe Game Lodge are a large swimming pool with sundeck, a Boma on the riverbank, where traditional dances are displayed, a fully equipped conference room, a business centre for guests who need to stay in touch, a stylish bar with a terrace offering views of the river and a cigar bar with a full-sized billiard table.


Enjoy a wonderful evening dining on the terrace, breathtaking view of the Chobe River and sunset included! A holiday could hardly be more beautiful than at the Chobe Game Lodge – first class accommodation in the middle of the Chobe National Park in Botswana!


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Open all-terrain vehicle game drives, the classic safari activity, are certainly the highlight at the Chobe Game Lodge. The Park is famous for its extremely large elephant population – estimated at 30,000 read more » animals – the highest concentration of elephants in Africa.


When food and water becomes scarce elsewhere, the herds from the south move northwards, congregating at the more fertile floodplains along the Chobe River. Other large, wild animals like lions, rhinos, wild dogs, sable and roan antelopes inhabit the reserve.


There is also the chance to spot iguanas, baboons, hippos, crocodiles, lechwe antelopes and countless bird species. If some good luck is on your side, you might even catch a glimpse of the shy leopard.


Boat trips are another popular option, whether you are travelling in a small or large group. Up to 40 can enjoy the sunset while cruising the Chobe River. The double-decker river cruiser, the Mosi oa Tunya, has a bar that serves snacks on board.


If you prefer a more solitary activity, you may choose a day trip by canoe, a tour that focuses on the birds of the region. All of the safaris introduce you to the delightfully unspoilt nature, revealing the magnificence and beauty of the landscape and wildlife in Botswana.


Looking for a little indulgence after a long and dusty day out in the wilderness? No problem! Make an appointment with the Chobe Game Lodge’s professional beautician or reserve the gym for a private workout.


A magnificent sunset accompanying a delicious dinner, take the time to relish the magical moment, look around and let that breathtaking wilderness touch your soul. The Chobe Game Lodge in the Chobe National Park in Botswana offers the ultimate Africa experience.


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