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In het noordoosten van Chobe National Park, aan de machtige Chobe-rivier, 20 kilometer stroomopwaarts van de samenvloeiing van de Chobe- en de Zambezi-rivier ligt de Chobe Game Lodge. Het is een luxe lodge in Moorse bouwstijl met een rustige en ruimtelijke uitstraling door haar elegante hoge bogen en glimmende tegelvloeren. Vanuit de lodge kunt u vooral in het droge seizoen van heel dichtbij wilde dieren bij de rivier zien. De comfortabele kamers zijn gedecoreerd met origineel Afrikaans houtsnijwerk en Afrikaanse schilderijen. Er is een fitnessruimte en een beautysalon. Vanuit de lodge maakt u safari's over de rivier of door het schitterende wildpark per open landrover. Tijdens uw verblijf zijn alle maaltijden, lokale drankjes en twee safari-activiteiten per etmaal inbegrepen.
- rust en natuur
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: Airco, plafondventilator, WiFi, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, kluisje, badkamer met bad, douche en föhn, terras met zitgedeelte en rivierzicht.
Gelegen in het Chobe National Park.
• 2 Bars
• Panoramadek om sterren te kijken
Chobe National Park is een beschermd natuurgebied van ruim 10.000 km2, op slechts twee uur rijden van de grens met Zimbabwe en Zambia, waardoor u het gemakkelijk kunt combineren met een bezoek aan de Victoria Watervallen. In Chobe leven grote kuddes olifanten, ook tal van antilopensoorten zoals de kudu, eland en tsessebe. De rode lechwe en de zeer zeldzame puku komen alleen in Botswana voor. Ook vogelaars komen hier volop aan hun trekken, met maar liefst zo’n 440 soorten. De Chobe-rivier is de natuurlijke grens met Namibië; vooral in het droge seizoen ziet u hier veel wilde dieren.
"Great hospitality, attention to details and wonderful game drives"
It is my second visit to Chobe Game Lodge, and even better than the first one.. The attention to details is remarkable from dietary requests to making you frll great (private dinner as an example). The lodge is located on the river which gives opportunities to enjoy the view and the wildlife without moving from the terrace... The vehicles are electrical which is a big benefit - both environmentally and enbling to get closer to the animals without disturbing them. The "girl-power" of the Chobe angels (all guides are ladies) is a very nice touch too. We enjoyed our guide Lebo very much - she shared her knowledge, expertise and lots of sympathy with us - telling us also about life in Botswana as well. We stayes 3 nights and had lots of great sightings including owls, leopard, lions, lots of giraffes and even 3 honey badgers :) Many thanks to Lebo, Graham and all the team
We toured three Desert and Delta safari camps â€“ Xakanaxa, Chobe Game Lodge and Xugana. Chobe is more hotel like whilst Xakanaxa and Xugana are much smaller and more personal. All the establishments were well run and the organisation of the trip (booked through Cedarberg Travel) was excellent. Within the smaller camps the staff were particularly friendly and on first name terms with the guests. The rooms are clean and well maintained, the activities varied and the food more than acceptable for a remotely located establishment. We had a wonderful experience and would have no hesitation in returning to these camps.
This was an incredible place - we were so well looked after - nothing was too much trouble - I had my birthday there & received a card, a bottle of fizz and a cake! not only that, I was also serenaded by the staff - just wonderful! Rooms were comfortable and spotless, food was delicious, views amazing.... As to the activities - our guide Flo was outstanding - always happy to explain and answer endless questions..... And as to the wildlife we saw - in a word - stunning! Would highly recommend this place and hope very much to return
"Beautiful, perfectly located, good food and wonderful staff"
This amazing lodge has only female guides! Although this is an interesting fact, the lodge is not good only because of that. It's absolutely beautiful, with excellent, large and stylish rooms with coffee and tea facilities and minibar. The food is excellent and the staff is generous, discreet and friendly. I had nothing to complain about this lodge. Excellent. The only and serious (in my view) downside of the visit to Chobe area was the safari experience. When the guides of this and the other lodges find something such as leopard and lions, there is an ugly race to get the guests and their cameras next to the animals. There will be over 10 jeeps together making a fuss around the animal, with guests talking loudly, and some guides placing their jeeps too close to the animals or in front of our jeep and blocking our view. A real circus, really disrespectful to the animals and to one another. I really didn't like that and doubt that anyone who really like animals and enjoy not interfering in their lives while observing them would like it either. I prefer having more difficulty in finding the animals and knowing that the guides coordinate in order to avoid impacting the animal and taking turns in seeing them, as it is the case in the lodges I've stayed in Kruger National Park in SA. Something must be done at Chobe in this respect.
"Luxurious lodge, great food, good game and very comfortable"
Chobe Game Lodge is a truly beautiful lodge, very luxurious on the banks of the River Chobe, which provides the lodge not only we some beautiful settings but variety in game drives.Â We spent 2 nights there after visiting Victoria falls. We enjoyed morning & afternoon games drives with the option of a mid-day river 'game' drive, which gave us a unique and different perspective. We also made the decision to take an afternoon river cruise, which was well worth it, seeing the sunset whilst enjoying a lovely Gin & Tonic with nibbles.Â The food was plentiful, with a wide variety and first class. The service was attentive and friendly where you were made to feel special and a valued guest. We had dinner one evening in the Boma which was a lovely setting.Â The game drives take place in a National Park, which means no off-road, which means that sometimes you cannot get to the action or as close to the animals as you may wish. The park is extensive which ensures a variety of game. The highlight would have to be herds or Elephants playing in the river and Journey of Giraffes trying to cross the water. Our guide Connie was very knowledgeable and looked after us very wellÂ All in all a great experience and good great place to be introduced to Botswana.
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