Overlooking the Chobe River and its floodplains
Chobe National Park
2017 $565 - $975
Chobe National Park - DRY Camp
Price Range (2017)
$565 - $975
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Probably one of the best views of the lodges on the western end of Chobe National Park, this lodge overlooks the Chobe River and its floodplains.
Set amongst the hillsides of the area, this is very good lodge for those who want to relax in very good surroundings when you are not taking advantage of game drives in the National Park.
Bright and breezy, it brings a touch of luxury to this end of the park which has only a few lodges and is much quieter than Kasane. For this alone we would recommend this camp
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Dr Camp with game drives and boating on the Chobe River
Chobe National Park, western edge
Fly into Kasane then private transfer to Lodge
Semi-luxury bush lodge
Children of all ages accepted with conditions
Up to 15 Years: A child must share a room with an adult
Up to 11 Years: A private vehicle needs to be booked
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Chobe national Park provides excellent game viewing and birding opportunities, with more than 75 mammal species and 450 bird types.
The 11,700 sq km park, established in 1968, is located in northern Botswana and its life-source is the Chobe River which affords unique water-based game viewing opportunities, such as the unforgettable sight of elephant herds swimming across the river, trunks raised.
On a game drive, in addition to vast herds of elephant, you may also encounter buffalo as well as zebra, impala, waterbuck, and predators,such as lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog.
• A full day safari: incorporating a cruise on the Chobe River, a game drive in the Chobe National Park (which has over 75 species of mammals) and a picnic lunch.
• Night game drives: these are done in the Chobe Forest Reserve.
• Birding: there are over 450 species to be spotted in the region.
• Walking with a professional guide (subject to availability)
Expect a vast and diverse array of wildlife as knowledgeable guides take you on safaris through the Chobe National Park, home to the largest elephant herds on Earth, lazy afternoons by the pool and stunning dinners under African stars. Additional activities include river cruises (on the full day safari), night game drives, game walks and local community visits.
A joint community and privately funded project developed with the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust (CECT), Ngoma Safari Lodge is committed to making a sustainable difference to the local communities and their environment. The lodge employs from the local communities, which also benefit directly from every bed night booked.
Dining room and bar
A plunge pool with sundeck
Ngoma Safari Lodge is built of natural materials which blend seamlessly with the surroundings.
The central area of the lodge houses the lounge, dining room, bar and a plunge pool. A well-positioned viewing deck provides a perfect setting from which to enjoy a beautifully prepared evening meal with views over a floodlit waterhole frequented by elephants, zebra, antelope and other game.
The lodge has eight luxurious private suites, two of which have Indian day beds and may be used as triples.
Located in Botswana, this oasis is in a wildlife wonderland. This boutique lodge offers unrivalled panoramic views over the game-rich Chobe River and floodplain, and is on the doorstep of Chobe National Park, also known as Land of the Giants, as it is home to the largest herds of elephants on Earth.
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