Chobe Game Lodge

Chobe Game Lodge

The Chobe National Park riverfront is quite simply one of the most impressive safari experiences in Africa. And Chobe Game Lodge boasts the best location from which to explore this incredible wildlife spectacle.
Our five-star lodge is the classic luxury safari option for those wanting to visit Chobe National Park, Victoria Falls, and the surrounding areas. Arriving at Chobe Game Lodge feels more like joining a family rather than simply being a guest in a lodge. Our dedicated team will welcome you through the doors and be there with a smile to ensure that every moment of your stay is a special one.

 

Staying with us

Chobe Game Lodge is one of Africa’s historic lodges – we have been around a long time and, over the decades, have finessed into what you find today – a place where guests feel at ease and at one with their incredible surroundings. Add to this our five-star amenities and a traditional Chobe Game Lodge welcome and you have the perfect safari.

Rooms overlook the river, decks overlook the Chobe National Park and candlelight up the many terraces and bar areas where you can find your own space.

The accommodation at Chobe Game Lodge is comprised of 42 twin/double rooms, four luxury private suites, and one family unit. Rooms are all river-facing, with spacious decks and air-conditioning, as well as a complimentary mini-bar.

There are seven interleading rooms, ideal for friends and families traveling together.

There are no televisions in any of the rooms! We are in the bush, so enjoy the tranquillity, the birds, and the wildlife.

About safari activities at Chobe Game Lodge

There are three safari activities on offer every day. Stays at Chobe Game Lodge are fully inclusive, so you are welcome to do as little or as much as you please.

Our morning safari starts with a cup of tea or coffee and a freshly baked muffin on the veranda with the mist rising over the river in the background. Birdcalls echo around the gardens to herald the dawn.

Because Chobe Game Lodge is situated within the Chobe National Park we set off just as the gates to the park open, which means we are out and about before any other visitors to the park. We drive along the river looking out for fresh tracks – there is always evidence of predator activity in the early mornings and our experienced guides are able to interpret the bush signs and track the animals that left them. The thrill of finding spoor and tracking game must be experienced to be appreciated and being the first observer at a special sighting is very exciting.

Elephant encounters are common and huge herds of buffalo abound. The ever-present impala and the majestic giraffe are everywhere. The peace and tranquillity of game viewing in the early morning is a perfect way to start the day.

On return from the game drive and after a hearty breakfast, you can watch the animals begin to come down to the river, or spot wildlife across the floodplains on a mid-morning safari boat cruise. After lunch and a rest, there is a choice of afternoon game drives or sunset safari cruises. Game viewing reaches its peak as the heat of the afternoon draws the elephant and other wildlife to the river. Don’t miss the safari cruise for the most spectacular sunsets on earth!

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