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Chobe Safari Lodge

De lodge ligt in Kasane, aan de oevers van de Chobe-rivier en grenzend aan het Chobe National Park. Ook een geschikte accommodatie wanneer u met de familie op pad gaat.

Vanaf € 131,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info

Over Chobe Safari Lodge

Met uitzicht over de Chobe-rivier, geniet u van een goede maaltijd in het restaurant van de Chobe Safari Lodge. Het complex is ruim opgezet. Door de verschillende kamertypen kunt u kiezen voor de kamer die het beste op uw wensen aansluit. Er zijn standaard kamers, kamers met uitzicht op de Chobe-rivier en vrijstaande rondavels, allen in Afrikaanse sferen. U verblijft op basis van logies en ontbijt. Laat u verwennen in de schoonheidssalon en bestel een verfrissend drankje in de cocktail bar. De lodge biedt naast de game drives en riviercruises ook visexcursies. Vanwege de lokatie in Kasane kunt u ook gemakkelijk een dagtour maken naar de Victoria Falls. De eventuele excursies die u bijboekt zijn niet in de prijs inbegrepen.

Chobe Safari Lodge
Chobe National Park
v.a. € 131 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Airco, ventilator, televisie, telefoon, kluisje. Volledig ingerichte badkamer en eigen patio.


Gelegen in Kasane, aan de oevers van de Chobe-rivier en grenzend aan het Chobe National Park.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Cocktailbar
• Lounge
• Zwembad
• Boutique
• Spa
• Squashbaan
• WiFi


• Vissen
• Excursies naar onder andere de Victoria Falls
• Dieren in het wild spotten
• Diverse boottochten

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.

"In need of refurbishment"

The setting of this hotel is stunning. On the Chobe river front, with a beautiful deck where you can watch magnificent sunsets, and very close to the Chobe National Park. But, it needs to be refurbished. The room had carpeting, which did not look very clean, and old-fashioned furniture. Also, the bathroom door was very dirty and there was also some mold. The breakfast was ok. With the exception of the setting of the hotel I was not otherwise impressed.

"Awesome camp site"

Chobe safari lodge -Kasane We stayed here for four night 2 nights at the start and 2 nights at the end of out rup. 5 adults and a two year old. We camped with four roof tents and two cars. What we liked Clean and well cared for campsite Separated individual sites clearly idenfited Bins emptied regularly Right next to the river Open air unisex toilets and shower cubicles – no smell and very clean Plenty of warm water The lodge has a waterfront bar open till sunset, a bar/restaurant area in the main lodge as well as a small shop and a large pool – all these are usable by campers. Free and quick wifi Small shopping centre next door Easy and quick access to Chobe park Super friendly staff throughout Buffet and a la carte by the pool restaurant were yummy and reasonably priced compared to other lodges. Welcome drink at check in!! What we weren’t keen on Rainy season so the whole campsite was muddy and wet – not fun in the tent Noisy other guests!

"Unable staff, expensive rates, bad food "

We stayed there for three nights, visiting the Chobe National Park. Friends of mine recommended the Chobe Safari Lodge. It was the end of our four week trip, so we just wanted to relax and enjoy the beauty of Chobe river. After getting told, the room was „100US Dollar per night for two“, we paid twice as much, excluding any meal. We got a quite old room, not very clean so it wasn‘t ok for that high rates. We woke up at 4:30 am because the guest in the room above us took a shower and the rinsing water sounded like she or he was showering in our room. After that we were moved to the Bush Lodge, nice and clean rooms, renovated and absolute silent! You have to pay for everything, if you join breakfast, lunch and dinner you pay 75 dollars per day per person without any drinks. It’s only buffet all day long and the food tastes old and like prepared two days before serving it. They only use low quality groceries, meat is really bad and vegetables/side dishes are overcooked. At least you got mucked around, especially when you‘re a passionate food lover and know how to prepare meals well tasting. If you join their activities, you are accompanied by very able and nice staff. It’s expensive but they‘re pleased to show you everything. On the sunset cruise you get asked for anything to drink, but - of course - have to pay for it. In the end the cleaning staff lost my pillow I brought with me. I‘m sure that the Safari Lodge is actually not that bad, but unfortunately we experienced it that way. Even with a 20% discount they gave us to compensate everything it’s still expensive to pay 1300$ for three nights for two. I stayed at many hotels in that price category but if you pay that much you want „perfection“. And that‘s absolutely not given at the Chobe Safari Lodge.


Stopped here for lunch after a safari drive. Beautiful building with thatched roofing. Nice swimming pool and right on the river a great location. The staff are very good there was a good selection on the buffet, only downside was that the beef was really tough. Watch out for the Monkeys they will have your bread roll in the blink of an eye.

"Some things good, some not so good"

We stayed here for three days. The staff was mostly helpful (especially the manager), the bed was large and comfortable, and the room - especially the bathroom - was enormous. The surroundings were especially lovely (right on the Chobe River), and the river excursions available were fantastic! We went on three, and we can't stop talking about them! The food was pretty typical of other safari lodges we have stayed in - there was a buffet at every meal, but there was lots of choice and it was all good quality. We had a nice-sized balcony, from which you could watch warthogs grazing on the lawn and monkeys and baboons frolicking in the trees. That said, our air conditioner didn't work and neither did the safe. When we couldn't open it to retrieve our passports and wallets, the staff who were supposed to come fix it were 3 hours late in arriving (I missed a scheduled game drive waiting for them to show up). When I asked if this happened often, one of them rolled her eyes and said, "All the time!" There was no internet anywhere in the lodge, despite their claims to the contrary. There was also no bottled water provided in the room - you had to bring your own down from the restaurant. If you ever stay here, you should definitely NOT drink the tap water. There was an enormous tub in the bathroom, but when I filled it up the water was about the color of tea. Also, we had to keep the sink plugged because of a foul odor emanating from the drain. Worst of all, in my opinion, was the filthy floor. At first I thought its splotches of brown on cream were simply the way it was designed, but when I grabbed a towel to wipe up a spill, I discovered that the brown splotches were dirt. A friend in another room watched a maid mop their floor, and all she did was swish a damp mop across the floor, rearranging the dirt somewhat. Also, don't use the handrails along the walkways from the rooms to the restaurant. They are frequently sprinkled with monkey poo. The staff wipes them off frequently but doesn't do a very good job, so it is very easy to get poo on your hands as you are on your way to a meal!

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