Chobe Game Lodge Highlights
• Situated in The Chobe National Park, the second largest national park in Botswana
• Star gazing and guided nature walks conducted by professional guides
• Game drives and river cruises
• Famous for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo
• The most complete game experience in the Chobe area
• Eco Friendly with electric game vehicles and boats
Chobe Game Lodge Description
Within the Chobe National Park lies Chobe Game Lodge, a premier venue for guests looking for a perfect base to explore the Chobe National Park. The lodge has forty seven rooms and each room has a river view with private terrace to soak up the vista. Each room has air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and ceiling fans. For those guests who demand the ultimate in exclusivity, Chobe Game Lodge has four river view suites, each with their own plunge pool and a separate lounge area.
Chobe Game Lodge is designed to maximise relaxation and privacy. There are six viewing decks, all comfortably furnished and overlooking the Chobe River. A further six lounges provide comfort and a quiet spot to relax. The riverside boma hosts performances by traditional dancers. There are two bars and a large swimming pool that is perfect to cool off in on a hot afternoon. Chobe Game Lodge also has a spa for the guests who would like some pampering and a gym for the active!
Chobe Game Lodge also has ease of access to rooms and guest areas for travellers with disabilities.
Chobe Game Lodge Game Viewing and Wildlife Activities
The Chobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana and covers 10,566 square kilometres of pristine wilderness. It has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. Its uniqueness in the abundance of wildlife and the true African nature of the region, offers a safari experience of a lifetime. A major feature of the Chobe National Park is its elephant population. Famous for its huge herds of elephant and buffalo, Chobe National Park is known to have the largest single concentration of elephants in Africa surviving within a proclaimed national park.
A highlight of this park is the animal migrations, dictated by seasons and food availability. During the wet months (December – March), most animals congregate on the open plains. Then, as the land dries out and the heat builds (April – November), the animals migrate back to the Chobe River’s fertile flood plains.
Chobe River Lodge offers both land and water activities. Game drives are conducted in open sided 4X4 vehicles ensuring maximum visibility, while game viewing on the Chobe River is conducted by small, shallow draft and highly manoeuvrable boats piloted by expert boatmen. Our resident professional guides offer star gazing and guided walks within the game-fenced area. Game viewing by motorboat or sunset cruises on our river cruiser the Mosi-oa-Tunya on the Chobe River.
Chobe Game Lodge is also committed to running an eco-friendly lodge. There are electric game viewing vehicles and boats that game activities are conducted from. The lodge recycles most of its waste and water and conducts Eco Tours to highlight to guests all their efforts.