Safari camps and lodges located in the Chobe National Park, the second largest of Botswana's national parks.
Chobe Chilwero is the most luxurious and exclusive lodge in the Chobe National Park. Built on its border overlooking the vast floodplains, Chobe Chilwero hosts 15 lavish thatched suites with exquisite furnishings and fittings. Safari activities available include game drives and sunset cruises.
Chobe Game Lodge is one of the most established Botswana safari lodges and the only permanent lodge inside the Chobe National Park. With 48 rooms and four suites, the lodge provides ample accommodation and fantastic game drive experiences.
Chobe Marina is a moderately priced, four star safari-oriented hotel 15 minutes’ drive from the entrance to the Chobe National Park. The property offers daily excursions into the park in the form of traditional 4x4 game drives and river cruises. I
Chobe Under Canvas offers 'glamping' in the Chobe National Park. The mobile safari tents offer a more intimate encounter with the park's wilderness, along with typical safari activities like river cruises on the Chobe and open 4x4 game drives.
Ngoma is a relatively young lodge located on the northern fringes of the Chobe National Park. Your thatched suite overlooks the sweeping Chobe floodplains, peppered with baobabs, thorn trees and a wealth of wildlife. Each room is en suite, and includes a private veranda and plunge pool.
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